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POLITICO poll shows terrorism and Ebola fears

A new POLITICO poll of battleground states and Congressional districts shows voters are concerned amid terrorism threats and an Ebola outbreak with only two weeks to go before Election Day.

Terrorism: Eighty-four percent of voters say that the Islamic State poses a “serious” threat to the U.S. homeland, including 43 percent who say it poses a “very serious” threat .

Health care: Most voters believe their health care costs will go up under the Affordable Care Act.

Presidential management: Voters in the midterm battleground states are evenly split on whether President Barack Obama or George W. Bush was more effective at managing the federal government.

Ebola: Only 22 percent of respondents said they had a lot of confidence that the government is doing everything it can to contain the contagious disease.