02/27/2007 03:16 pm ET | Updated May 25, 2011

POLL: Greenberg, Quinlan, Rosner Research (D) Unmarried Women Survey

A new Greenberg, Quinlan, Rosner Research (D) national survey (release, results) of 1000 unmarried woman (conducted 1/28 through 1/30) finds:

  • When asked to choose two issues (from a list of ten) for Congress to accomplish over the next two years, 47% of unmarried women would most like to see Congress get the U.S. out of Iraq; 31% would like health care to be made more affordable.
  • When asked to choose two issues (from a list of six) that were the most important for Congress to focus on in the last few weeks, 51% chose "requiring Medicare to negotiate lower drug prices for seniors" and 45% chose "raising the minimum wage."
  • 36% are doubtful about what Congress is doing, 60% are hopeful.

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