Americans may be divided about their choice for President, but if the latest Gallup poll is any indication, they largely agree on what they want him to do.Leading the list is “creating good jobs”, which commands the support of 92 percent of Americans. This is closely followed by reducing corruption, reducing the deficit, dealing with terrorism, and ensuring the security of Medicare and Social Security, all of which place in the high 80s.Meanwhile, at the bottom end of the list come providing affordable healthcare, affordable college education, protecting the environment and, in last place, increasing taxes on the wealthy, with only 49 percent support.If this poll reflects what is really going on in America, the political playing field is still tilted to the center-right. The Obama administration’s biggest priorities—higher taxes on the rich, preventing global warming and affordable healthcare—are the low men on the totem pole according to voters.But public opinion remains tricky. Voters want the deficit cut, but they also want big entitlements preserved. Social Security can be fixed with relatively minor changes; Medicare cannot.When voters want what they can’t have, no politician can expect an easy life.