Voters Care More About Health Care in This Election — Sort Of

… In this election, health has become something of a proxy issue for voters’ larger views about the appropriate role of the federal government. For opponents, it’s a symbol of government overreach; for supporters, it’s a sign of how government can help solve people’s problems. Those preferences better reflect voters’ partisan preferences than they do their actual experiences with the health care system. [cont.]

Margot Sanger-Katz, National Journal