WASHINGTON (AP) - Health care and immigration were high on voters' minds as they cast ballots in the midterm elections, according to a wide-ranging survey of the American electorate conducted by The Associated Press.
AP VoteCast also shows a majority of voters considered President Donald Trump a factor in their votes.
A majority of voters overall say the country is headed in the wrong direction. Still, about two-thirds say economic conditions are good.
With control of the Senate and the House of Representatives at stake, Trump encouraged voters to view the first nationwide election of his presidency as a referendum on his leadership.
VoteCast debuted Tuesday, replacing the in-person exit poll as a source of detailed information about the American electorate.
In all, the survey included interviews with more than 113,000 voters nationwide.