NSW voters are most concerned about hospitals and health care ahead of the state election in March next year.
Health care is shaping up as the number one issue for NSW voters ahead of the state election next year, a poll shows.
One in five or 19.7 per cent is concerned about the state of NSW hospitals, a Ucomms/Reachtel poll published in The Sydney Morning Herald on Monday found.
The next major concern was economic management (18.4 per cent) followed by population growth (12.7 per cent) and the environment (12.2 per cent), the poll of 1500 people shows.
It also found the NSW coalition was trailing Labor, 49 per cent to 51 per cent on a two-party preferred basis.