Americans also continue to name the government as the most important problem facing the nation, with 32% doing so, one of the higher percentages mentioning the issue in Gallup’s history.
Forty percent of Democrats, 36% of Republicans and 26% of independents name the government as the most important problem.
The next-most-commonly cited problems are immigration (11%) and healthcare (10%).
“Environment/Pollution/Climate change” was seen as the most important problem facing the US by 5% of respondents, “Gap between rich and poor” came in at 1%. The poll results are well worth reading.