What children's health topics should presidential candidates prioritize?
Children’s health and policies that affect children’s health are an important interest area with voters in the presidential election. More than half of likely voters say a candidate’s position on children’s health will affect their vote, according to a previous NPCH Report.
With the 2016 presidential season well underway and the major political parties preparing for their conventions, campaign leaders are making decisions about their focus areas. Which children’s health topics should presidential candidates prioritize? We asked U.S. adults what they think.
The results of this NPCH Report outlining the top child health priorities the public wants the 2016 presidential candidates to address will be released early next week. Sign up for our email list to make sure you get the report as soon as it’s available.
What do you think?
Will this year’s results mirror the 2012 NPCH Report, when the public wanted candidates to address obesity and bullying the most? What are your top children’s health concerns to be addressed during the 2016 presidential election season? Share your thoughts in the comments or on Facebook and Twitter @csmottpoll.