The Washington Times - January 29, 2008, 04:39PM
David All

\ In addition to asking which candidate a donor wants to contribute to, All asks donors to choose one of about 30 issues they say is driving them to give.\


\ While it’s still in its infancy, the early results are in, and with nearly 500 donations calculated, the top issue driving donors to give was to “cut the pork.” More than one in ten voters chose that cause. Second was voters who selected “pro-life,” followed closely by defense-oriented voters who wanted to “protect and defend America.”\

\ At the bottom of the list were free trade and “net neutraility.”\

\ In terms of dollar amount, contributors interested in health care gave the most per donation — more than $400 per check.\

\ The full list can be found here — be sure to scroll down for the full chart.\

\ — Stephen Dinan, national political reporter, The Washington Times \