Survey says debt is major federal issue
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More than 70 percent of people surveyed cited the national debt as the federal issue most important to them, according to a survey on UnionLeader.com.
Personal freedom ranked second at 51 percent followed by taxes at 48 percent. Respondents could vote for more than one answer.
According to the unscientific survey, 56 percent backed former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, the GOP nominee; 37 percent supported President Obama, a Democrat; 3 percent cited other candidates and 5 percent reported being undecided. Nearly 700 people responded between Sept. 21 and Friday.
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