Communicating for America Inc. Survey
1.

President Barack Obama recently addressed the nation and announced his plans to use Executive Action to circumvent Congress on immigration reform, allowing more than 4 million undocumented immigrants to stay in the country. Do you agree with the President's decision? 

Right Decision
Wrong Decision
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2.

This November, the Republicans gained a majority in the Senate. With the Republican Party in control of both chambers of Congress, which issue would you most like to see the 114th Congress address? 

Reforming the tax code
Repealing Obamacare
Building the Keystone XL Pipeline
Passing an immigration bill
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3.

In general, do you think that a Republican Senate led by Mitch McConnell, a Republican House of Representatives led by John Boehner, and President Obama can work together in 2015 to pass meaningful legislation? Or will there continue to be more partisan gridlock? 

Nothing will change, more partisan gridlock
No idea
Yes they can work together
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4.
The second open enrollment period started on November 15 and will last until February 15. What kind of plan do you have?
state or federal program offering assistance at little or no cost
No insurance
Qualified health plan
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5.

Do you think health care reform has made it easier or harder to apply for health insurance? 

Easier
Harder
About the same
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6.

Do you support the construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline in 2015 or 2016? 

Yes
No
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7.

Please rank the following legislative issues for the next Congress in order of importance, with 1 being the most important and 5 being the least important 


(1 = Least)
 
Affordable health insurance
Immigration reform
Global climate change/environmental issues
Individual tax reform
Education reform and lowering student loan costs
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