A majority of Americans say issues surrounding health care is a top concern for them, according to a new Gallup poll.
Fifty-five percent of those polled said they worry "a great deal" about the cost and availability of health care in the U.S., while 23 percent said they worry about the issue "a fair amount."
Twenty-three percent of Americans polled said they worry about the cost and availability of health care "only a little" or "not at all."
Crime and violence, government spending, and the availability of firearms were also listed as high-ranking concerns among Americans.
This is the fifth year in a row that Americans have ranked health care as a top concern or that it has been tied for first among the issues, according to Gallup.
President TrumpDonald TrumpOvernight Defense & National Security — Presented by Boeing — Milley warns of 'Sputnik moment' for China WSJ publishes letter from Trump continuing to allege voter fraud in PA Oath Keeper who was at Capitol on Jan. 6 runs for New Jersey State Assembly MORE and congressional Republicans tried and failed to repeal ObamaCare in 2017, though they did succeed at the end of the year in repealing the individual mandate that most people buy health insurance or pay a fine.
A bill backed by Sen. Susan CollinsSusan Margaret CollinsFunding for victims of 'Havana syndrome' to be included in Pentagon bill The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Uber - Biden makes his pitch as tax questions mount Emanuel defends handling of Chicago police shooting amid opposition to nomination MORE (R-Me.) aimed at stabilizing the ObamaCare markets was left out of last week's government funding bill, which was likely the last chance for the health legislation to pass this year.
The Gallup poll was conducted March 1–8 among 1,041 adults. The margin of error is 4 percentage points.