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Voter Sentiment Report
2024 Presidential Election

"Prompt: Create an outstanding, high-value article about the following topic: TOPIC: Finding out what voters really want most. PURPOSE: The point is to create an essay and comprehensive list of what voters for the next president really want. What matters to them, and what message do they want to hear?. PROFILE: Politicians wanting to know what to say to potential voters in order to get elected. PAGE LENGTH: approx. 2000 words. This page should look deeply into the hearts and minds of American voters to see and report what they care about most in the 2024 election for president. The report should contain a list of the top 50 things that voters want to hear most. PERSONALITY: Clear, rational, intelligent and truthful. PRECONDITIONS: The context is the highly competitive election for president. Finding out what voters want and need is vital and critical to winning in 2024. PERTINENT CONNECTIONS: Keywords are words or short phrases that we want to rank highly at Google. So you must include the primary keyword, "Finding out what voters really want most." a few times in the content you create. Also include these 2 secondary keywords, "US presidential election in 2024", "What do the voters really care about?" at least once."Sentiments" are concepts or feelings that are highly related to the topic but are not necessarily contained within its content. They give you a stronger sense of the topic. Using them in the content itself is optional. Here are the sentiments: "This report is very important as the next President will have a large impact on the future of our country. Hopefully, some of the sentiments of LoveShift and the Foundation for Global Community can be infused into this report".

Make a list of the top 100 issues voters care about in the upcoming 2024 election for president.

Make a list of the top 100 issues voters care about in the upcoming 2024 election for president. Include unique, unusual, "outside-the-box" ideas, innovations and initiatives.

What Voters Really Care About

Here are 100 things voters really care about.

1. Economy and job creation

2. Healthcare and access to affordable healthcare

3. Climate change and environmental protection

4. Education reform and access to quality education

5. Income inequality and wealth distribution

6. Criminal justice reform

7. Immigration and border security

8. Gun control and Second Amendment rights

9. Racial justice and equality

10. Foreign policy and international relations

11. National security and defense

12. Infrastructure investment and development

13. Tax reform and fiscal responsibility

14. Social security and retirement benefits

15. Affordable housing and homelessness

16. LGBTQ+ rights and equality

17. Women's rights and gender equality

18. Voting rights and election integrity

19. Technology regulation and privacy rights

20. Drug policy and decriminalization

21. Mental health and addiction treatment

22. Veterans' affairs and support for veterans

23. Agriculture and rural development

24. Trade policy and international trade agreements

25. Internet access and net neutrality

26. Government transparency and accountability

27. Space exploration and NASA funding

28. Disability rights and accessibility

29. Small business support and entrepreneurship

30. Income tax rates and brackets

31. National debt and deficit reduction

32. Energy policy and renewable energy

33. Social safety net programs and welfare reform

34. Campaign finance reform and dark money

35. Education affordability and student loan debt

36. Affordable childcare and parental leave

37. Corporate accountability and regulation

38. Opioid crisis and addiction prevention

39. Nuclear weapons proliferation and disarmament

40. Cybersecurity and protection against cyber threats

41. Affordable prescription drugs and healthcare costs

42. Aging population and eldercare

43. Animal rights and welfare

44. Maternal health and maternity leave

45. Immigration reform and pathway to citizenship

46. Income mobility and economic opportunity

47. Criminal justice system funding and reform

48. Police reform and community relations

49. Affordable college tuition and student debt relief

50. Access to clean water and environmental conservation

51. Affordable and accessible public transportation

52. Income support programs and welfare reform

53. Affordable internet access in rural areas

54. Nuclear energy and its role in the energy mix

55. Government surveillance and privacy rights

56. Space exploration and colonization

57. Electoral college reform and popular vote

58. National parks and public lands preservation

59. Mental health support in schools and workplaces

60. Affordable and accessible childcare options

61. Affordable and accessible eldercare options

62. Renewable energy research and development

63. Universal basic income and income inequality

64. Police accountability and body cameras

65. Criminal justice system rehabilitation programs

66. Affordable and accessible public healthcare

67. Affordable and accessible public education

68. Affordable and accessible public housing

69. Affordable and accessible public transportation

70. Affordable and accessible childcare

71. Affordable and accessible eldercare

72. Affordable and accessible mental healthcare

73. Affordable and accessible drug rehabilitation programs

74. Affordable and accessible vocational training programs

75. Affordable and accessible higher education

76. Affordable and accessible internet access

77. Affordable and accessible clean energy

78. Affordable and accessible public safety services

79. Affordable and accessible public infrastructure

80. Affordable and accessible public transportation

81. Affordable and accessible public parks and recreation

82. Affordable and accessible public libraries

83. Affordable and accessible public museums and cultural institutions

84. Affordable and accessible public sports facilities

85. Affordable and accessible public arts programs

86. Affordable and accessible public entertainment venues

87. Affordable and accessible public technology centers

88. Affordable and accessible public research facilities

89. Affordable and accessible public health clinics

90. Affordable and accessible public emergency services

91. Affordable and accessible public disaster response

92. Affordable and accessible public environmental protection

93. Affordable and accessible public animal welfare programs

94. Affordable and accessible public social services

95. Affordable and accessible public community centers

96. Affordable and accessible public volunteer programs

97. Affordable and accessible public community gardens

98. Affordable and accessible public food banks

99. Affordable and accessible public homeless shelters

100. Affordable and accessible public youth programs

Another list of 200 more things voters care about.

1. Climate change

2. Gun control laws

3. Health care reform

4. Immigration policies

5. Racial justice and equality

6. Women's rights and gender equality

7. Income inequality

8. National debt

9. Education reform

10. Social security and pensions

11. Veterans' rights

12. Criminal justice reform

13. Drug policy and decriminalization

14. LGBTQ+ rights

15. Military spending

16. Infrastructure improvements

17. Tax reform

18. Cybersecurity and privacy

19. The future of artificial intelligence

20. Foreign relations and diplomacy

21. Child care and parental leave policies

22. Voting rights and election security

23. Job growth and economic stability

24. Mental health and substance abuse policies

25. Rural development

26. Affordable housing

27. Alternative energy research

28. Opioid crisis response

29. COVID-19 recovery plans

30. Human trafficking laws

31. AI ethics and regulations

32. Cannabis legalization

33. Universal basic income (UBI)

34. Animal rights and wildlife conservation

35. Internet freedom and net neutrality

36. Disability rights

37. Government transparency

38. Internet of Things (IoT) security

39. Elderly care and aging society

40. Anti-corruption measures

41. Space exploration and investment

42. Financial literacy and education

43. Native American rights and land ownership

44. Quantum computing advances

45. Green jobs and renewable energy

46. National parks conservation

47. Antibiotic resistance strategies

48. Food safety and GMO regulations

49. eSports and online gaming regulations

50. STEM education promotion

51. Sports betting and gambling regulations

52. Mental wellness initiatives

53. Self-driving car regulations

54. Drone legislation

55. Facial recognition privacy laws

56. Homelessness prevention

57. Music and art education

58. Blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies

59. Dark web monitoring

60. Open source technology

61. Integration of robotics in daily life

62. Nuclear power and waste disposal

63. Augmented reality/virtual reality laws

64. Food desert elimination

65. Exoplanet research funding

66. Toxic waste management

67. Nano technology regulations

68. Algae biofuel research

69. Increase teacher salaries

70. Plastics recycling and alternatives

71. Human gene editing laws

72. Children’s online privacy

73. 5G network security

74. Climate refugees and displacement

75. Endangered languages preservation

76. Reparations for historic injustice

77. Genome sequencing data privacy

78. Public space urban planning

79. Anti-nepotism laws in politics

80. Composting and organic waste management

81. Vertical farming and urban agriculture

82. Deep sea mining laws

83. Artificial organ creation research

84. Preventing digital divide

85. Ensuring safe nanotechnology use

86. Cloud seeding and weather modification laws

87. Edible packaging development

88. Low-cost mental health resources

89. Ending mass surveillance

90. Protection against Deepfake technologies

91. Community-led policing

92. Reducing space debris

93. Smog and air pollution control

94. Active SETI funding (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence)

95. Tax on automated machines replacing jobs

96. Ethical use of AI in healthcare

97. Bioengineered organ transplant laws

98. Funding longevity research (Life extension science)

99. Equity in technological access

100. Re-structuring society for aging population.


1. Climate change and environmental policies

2. Healthcare reform

3. Immigration policies

4. Economic growth

5. Education reform

6. Gun control

7. Racial equality

8. Women's rights

9. LGBTQ+ rights

10. Tax reform

11. National security

12. Foreign policy

13. Criminal justice reform

14. Infrastructure improvement

15. Veterans' affairs

16. Social security

17. Cybersecurity

18. Drug policy

19. Housing affordability

20. Income inequality

21. Job creation

22. Trade policies

23. Energy policies

24. Campaign finance reform

25. Police reform

26. Internet privacy

27. Childcare affordability

28. Student loan debt

29. Mental health care

30. Disability rights

31. Native American rights

32. Religious freedom

33. Animal rights

34. Space exploration

35. Artificial intelligence regulation

36. Genetic engineering

37. Nuclear energy

38. Pandemic preparedness

39. Election security

40. Postal service reform

41. Science and research funding

42. Right to privacy

43. Food security

44. Water security

45. Digital divide

v 46. Universal basic income

47. Parental leave policies

48. Aging population

49. Automation and job displacement

50. Legalization of marijuana

51. Net neutrality

52. Opioid crisis

53. Public transportation

54. Renewable energy

55. Rural development

56. Teacher pay

57. Term limits for Congress

58. Voter ID laws

59. Youth engagement in politics

60. Zero waste initiatives

61. Nuclear disarmament

62. Human trafficking

63. Prison reform

64. Right to die laws

65. Universal pre-K

66. Internet censorship

67. Space militarization

68. Genetically modified organisms

69. Offshore drilling

70. Patent reform

71. Quantum computing

72. Reproductive rights

73. Stem cell research

74. Telemedicine

75. Urban development

76. Virtual reality ethics

77. Wildlife conservation

78. Xenophobia and hate crimes

79. Youth incarceration

80. Zero tolerance immigration policies

81. Artificial intelligence in warfare

82. Biosecurity

83. Cryptocurrency regulation

84. Drone regulation

85. Euthanasia laws

86. Fracking

87. Genomic privacy

88. Human cloning

89. Intellectual property rights

90. Juvenile justice reform

91. Knowledge economy

92. Land use regulation

93. Media bias

94. Nanotechnology regulation

95. Organ donation policies

96. Public broadcasting funding

97. Quantum physics research

98. Right to repair laws

99. Space tourism

100. Transhumanism

101. Universal healthcare

102. Virtual learning

103. Wildlife trafficking

104. Xenotransplantation

105. Youth mental health

106. Zero emission vehicles

107. Artificial intelligence in education

108. Biofuels

109. Cryptocurrency in economy

110. Drone delivery services

111. E-commerce regulation

112. Facial recognition technology

113. Genetic discrimination

114. Human rights abroad

115. Internet of Things security

116. Judicial reform

117. Knowledge gap

118. Landfill waste

119. Media literacy

120. Nanomedicine

121. Organ trafficking

122. Public health emergency preparedness

123. Quantum internet

124. Right to internet access

125. Space debris

126. Transgender rights

127. Universal voting rights

128. Virtual currency

129. Wildlife habitat conservation

130. Xenophobia in politics

131. Youth unemployment

132. Zero carbon initiatives

133. Artificial intelligence in healthcare

134. Biometric data privacy

135. Cyberbullying laws

136. Drone surveillance

137. E-waste recycling

138. Fair trade policies

139. Genetic testing regulation

140. Human genome editing

141. Internet taxation

142. Justice system transparency

143. Knowledge preservation

144. Land conservation

145. Media consolidation

146. Nanotechnology in healthcare

147. Organ transplantation ethics

148. Public space revitalization

149. Quantum cryptography

150. Right to water

151. Space colonization

152. Transnational crime

153. Universal digital access

154. Virtual reality in education

155. Wildlife poaching

156. Xenophobia in media

157. Youth violence prevention

158. Zero hunger initiatives

159. Artificial intelligence bias

160. Bioinformatics

161. Cybersecurity education

162. Drone warfare

163. E-sports regulation

164. Fair housing policies

165. Genetic counseling

166. Human enhancement technologies

167. Internet freedom

168. Justice for marginalized communities

169. Knowledge-based economy

170. Land rights for indigenous people

171. Media diversity

172. Nanotechnology in environment

173. Organizational transparency in politics

174. Public trust in media

175. Quantum technology in defense

176. Right to work laws

177. Space economy

178. Transgender healthcare

179. Universal design in architecture

180. Virtual reality in therapy

181. Wildlife disease management

182. Xenophobia in education

183. Youth political participation

184. Zero waste in fashion industry

185. Artificial intelligence in finance

186. Bioethics in healthcare

187. Cybersecurity in elections

188. Drone privacy laws

189. E-learning accessibility

190. Fair labor standards

191. Genetic privacy

192. Human rights in trade agreements

193. Internet accessibility for disabled

194. Justice for war crimes

195. Knowledge sharing in science

196. Land degradation

197. Media ownership

198. Nanotechnology in energy

199. Organizational ethics in tech companies

200. Public trust in science.


1. Economy: Job creation, wage growth, inflation, economic inequality, etc.

2. Healthcare: Affordable healthcare, Medicare, Medicaid, prescription drug costs, etc.

3. Education: School funding, student loans, early education, etc.

4. Environment: Climate change, renewable energy, conservation, etc.

5. Immigration: Border security, DACA, legal immigration, etc.

6. National Security: Terrorism, defense spending, foreign relations, etc.

7. Social Issues: LGBTQ+ rights, abortion, religious freedom, etc.

8. Gun Control: Background checks, assault weapons ban, etc.

9. Tax Policy: Tax cuts, corporate taxes, wealth tax, etc.

10. Infrastructure: Roads, bridges, public transit, broadband access, etc.

11. Criminal Justice Reform: Police reform, sentencing reform, drug policy, etc.

12. Civil Rights: Voting rights, racial equality, gender equality, etc.

13. Foreign Policy: Relations with China, Russia, North Korea, Middle East, etc.

14. Technology and Privacy: Data privacy, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, etc.

15. Housing: Affordable housing, homelessness, rent control, etc.

16. Veterans' Affairs: Veterans' healthcare, benefits, etc.

17. Energy: Oil and gas policy, nuclear energy, etc.

18. Trade: Trade agreements, tariffs, etc.

19. Agriculture: Farm subsidies, food safety, etc.

20. Social Security: Solvency of the program, retirement age, etc.

21. Native American Issues: Tribal sovereignty, land rights, etc.

22. Science and Innovation: Research funding, space exploration, etc.

23. Postal Service: USPS funding, mail-in voting, etc.

24. Pandemic Response: COVID-19, future pandemic preparedness, etc.

25. Election Integrity: Voter ID laws, election security, etc.

26. Drug Policy: Marijuana legalization, opioid crisis, etc.

27. Child Care: Child care costs, paid family leave, etc.

28. Disability Rights: ADA enforcement, disability benefits, etc.

29. Campaign Finance: Dark money, PACs, campaign spending limits, etc.

30. Mental Health: Mental health care access, suicide prevention, etc.

31. Military: Active duty benefits, military action authorization, etc.

32. Disaster Response: FEMA funding, climate change adaptation, etc.

33. Animal Rights: Animal welfare laws, factory farming, etc.

34. Food and Nutrition: SNAP benefits, school lunch programs, etc.

35. Arts and Culture: Public broadcasting, arts education, etc.

36. Space Policy: NASA funding, space exploration, commercial spaceflight, etc.

37. Internet Policy: Net neutrality, broadband access, etc.

38. Privacy Rights: Surveillance, data collection, etc.

39. Public Health: Obesity, smoking, vaccination, etc.

40. Transportation: Highways, public transit, air travel, etc.

41. Workers' Rights: Minimum wage, right to organize, gig economy, etc.

42. Youth Issues: Youth employment, juvenile justice, etc.

43. Senior Issues: Medicare, Social Security, elder care, etc.

44. LGBTQ+ Rights: Marriage equality, transgender rights, etc.

45. Women's Rights: Equal pay, reproductive rights, etc.

46. Racial and Ethnic Equality: Police brutality, systemic racism, etc.

47. Religious Freedom: Freedom of worship, religious discrimination, etc.

48. Gun Rights: Second Amendment rights, concealed carry, etc.

49. Death Penalty: Capital punishment, lethal injection, etc.

50. Climate Change: Greenhouse gas emissions, Paris Agreement, etc.

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