New survey shows issues important to Californians

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) -- New data from an online voter survey breaks down the issues Californians say matter most to them.

At the top of the list is the cost of living. Close to 35% of respondents said that was the most important issue to them.

That was followed by climate change, immigration, health care and homelessness.

The list changes when broken down by party. Republican respondents said their top issues were immigration, cost of living and homelessness. Democratic respondents said cost of living, climate change and health care were the most important to them.

Just over 31% of respondents said they get their news from cable networks like CNN, Fox News or MSNBC. Just under 31% of respondents said they get their news from local television. Sixteen percent said they rely on social and digital media for news.

The survey was conducted by Change CA and Justin Wallin Research.

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