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    Syria, Islamic State Figure as Key US Election Concernsi
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    January 22, 2016 9:49 PM
    Recent opinion polls show terrorism and national security top the list of U.S. voter concerns — just a few weeks before the first contests for the 2016 presidential election begin in Iowa and New Hampshire. In particular, the war in Syria and countering the so-called Islamic State have been the focus of intense debate among White House contenders from both parties, as VOA National correspondent Jim Malone reports.

    Syria, Islamic State Figure as Key US Election Concerns

    Published January 22, 2016

    Recent opinion polls show terrorism and national security top the list of U.S. voter concerns — just a few weeks before the first contests for the 2016 presidential election begin in Iowa and New Hampshire. In particular, the war in Syria and countering the so-called Islamic State have been the focus of intense debate among White House contenders from both parties, as VOA National correspondent Jim Malone reports.


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