Every month, Gallup
asks U.S. adults what they think is the most important problem facing their country. In July, 'immigration
' was at the top of the list with 27 percent. In second place, presuambly chosen by people on the other side of the partisan divide was the government and it's perceived poor leadership, at 23 percent. Healthcare is being focused on quite heavily by the Democratic 2020 candidates, but only 7 percent listed this as their 'most important' issue.