Measuring the Mood of The Voter

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Terrorism, economic stagnation, political gridlock -- these are the issues causing American voters a lot of anxiety, at least according to recent polls. With less than a week before the Iowa caucuses and the start of primary season, NPR and local stations like KQED are collaborating to measure the mood of voters across the country. We want to know, what is the issue you're most concerned about this election and why?


Sherry Bebitch Jeffe, senior fellow, School of policy, Planning and Development, University of Southern California

Larry Gerston, professor emeritus, Separtment of Political Science, San Jose State University; author, "Not So Golden After All: The Rise and Fall of California"

Mark Baldassare, CEO, Public Policy Institute of California

Sasha Khokha, Central Valley bureau chief, KQED's California Report