Between soaring health care costs, unknown implications of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, and Ebola, the country is experiencing no shortage of health care issues.

But Gallup aimed to dig deeper into the minds of Americans and find out what they considered to be the country's "most urgent health problem." This year's results are based on Gallup's annual Health and Healthcare survey, conducted Nov. 6-9. Here's what they said.

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