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. (Photo by Kena Betancur/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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