Voters in Pennsylvania identify their top concerns before casting their ballots

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According to Philadelphians who spoke with Fox News, the economy, abortion, and health care are the three most significant voting topics going into the midterm elections.

One local, Danasia, told Fox News that “definitely financial reasons are the reason we’re all struggling out here.” “And also greater gender equality.”

In the Pennsylvania Senate race, Lt. Gov. John Fetterman has a six-point advantage over Dr. Mehmet Oz, according to a USA TODAY Network/Suffolk University poll released on Tuesday.

In November, Pennsylvania voters will decide whether the state will lean red or blue.

Pennsylvania voter, Danasia, said women's rights and the economy mattered most to her.

A third of eligible voters are very or very concerned that Fetterman, who had a stroke in May, might not be in good enough condition to perform the duties of a senator. 43% of voters worry that Oz, who relocated from New Jersey to Pennsylvania in 2020, doesn’t know the state well enough.

Women’s rights are unquestionably important, as demonstrated by the Roe v. Wade decision, which Philadelphians agree was a significant event. I believe they are merely pursuing numerous rights against those who are subjected to discrimination.

A Philadelphia voter named Susan said health care was most important issue heading into the midterm elections.

FETTERMAN claimed in 2016 that he adhered to the Black Lives Matter movement and thought its stances were reasonable.
Many people emphasized the significance of healthcare.

One man, Phil, told Fox News that “health care, education, things that you don’t think as a young person would matter, but these things do.” “I mean, if you look at all the other nations in the world, they have universal access to healthcare and higher education. Why is America not involved in that?”

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Susan, one of the women, stated: “Equal rights for everybody, affordable housing, and fair healthcare.”

Phil said health care and education were the most important issues to him and wished Americans could have universal health care and free college

Malik, though, believed that crime and poverty were more crucial.

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