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BET.com analyzes new findings from the Pew Research Center and Gallup polling organization to compare voter attitudes from the 2008 election and today. —Britt Middleton
In the 2008 and 2012 elections, 87 percent of people said the economy is "very important" to their vote, surpassing other issues including energy, terrorism and immigration.
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