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Ebola among top U.S. worries but well behind economy, jobs


1 week ago

Volunteers put on protective suits during an Ebola training session held by Germany's Red Cross in Wuerzburg on Oct. 21. Photo by Michaela Rehle/Reuters

A new poll on Tuesday showed Ebola has moved into the top 10 issues of concern to Americans but ranks behind the economy, dissatisfaction with government and other worries.

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