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According to a recently released survey from Kaiser Health, in a campaign that so far has not been about policy issues, equal shares of voters name terrorism and national security, along with a candidate’s personal characteristics like leadership ability, character, values, and experience, as top voting considerations for the 2016 presidential election, with health care ranking further down the list with a cluster of other issues.

Overall, the survey finds more voters say the Democratic Party (47 percent) than the Republican Party (35 percent) best represents their health care views. When asked which of the major party’s presumptive presidential nominees best represents their health care views, more voters choose Hillary Clinton (46 percent) than Donald Trump (32 percent).…