Every month, Gallup asks U.S. adults what they think is the most important problem facing their country. With the Republican party currently trying to push through an overhaul of 'Obamacare', branded even by the President himself at one point as 'mean', it is unsurprising to see that 16 percent of respondents have this issue at the front of their minds.
The more general feeling of dissatisfaction with the government and it's perceived poor leadership was cited by the largest amount of people, at 19 percent. Despite the Trump administration finally getting some form of his travel ban enacted, concerns about immigration, terrorism and national security were only mentioned by 7, 4 and 3 percent of respondents, respectively.
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