Ebola and the economy are among the most important issues for American voters as the election nears, supplanting hot-button social issues like abortion and gay marriage. Above, two New Yorkers follow the latest news in Times Square. (Getty Images)
Concerns about the economy, health care, the Islamic State group and Ebola have eclipsed social issues in the minds of American voters, a new AP/Gfk poll shows. And hovering over each of these individual issues is a broad dissatisfaction with President Barack Obama and Republican leaders in Congress, according to the findings. [Full Story]
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