(Bloomberg) -- It's the economy again, stupid.

The presidential race between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump has beendominated by debate over job creation, retirement, and other tenets of economicsecurity, along with looming questions over race in America andthreats from abroad.

The future of Social Security makes up two of the top 10crowdsourced and crowd-voted questions the public wantedanswered in the second presidential debate. The questions on theOpenDebate Coalition's website are pointed:

  • Do you support expanding, and not cutting, Social Security'smodest benefits?

  • Social Security is not an entitlement or a handout, how are yougoing to save it?

  • What's your plan to target the large public health crisis:Alzheimer's disease?

Jobs, taxes, child care, and health care are also among the topics peoplewould like Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump to address.

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