Survey Says Americans Want Candidates to Address Travel Issues

It’s not Iraq, immigration, or healthcare, but travel and tourism is a serious issue to presidential primary voters, according to a new survey, and one that voters would like to see the 2008 presidential candidates address on the campaign trail.

Among the major findings in a survey of likely Republican and Democratic primary voters in South Carolina and Florida, about 50 percent of Democrats and 40 percent of Republicans in both states said they would be more likely to vote for a pres

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