Most Americans are hungry to hear what President Barack Obama has to say about the economy when he addresses a joint session of Congress tonight.
A new USA Today/Gallup poll shows 74% of those surveyed are eager to hear the president talk about the economic challenges facing our country.
That includes 18% who want to hear about jobs, job creation or unemployment, 15% who want information about the banking crisis or bailout, 14% who want to hear more about the $787 billion stimulus package. 11% want the president to talk about the housing crisis and 10% who cite health care.
Outside of the economy, some other issues mentioned are the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, education and illegal immigration.
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