Poll answer: "You left a necessary choice out for me - I'll explain."
My choice would combine several of the issue-specific choices mentioned with a few other fiscal-related issues.
While I'm registered independent, I tend to vote mostly for Republican candidates (I think there was an independent/3rd party candidate or two in there at some point).
But I disliked/only tolerated most of the republican candidates I have voted for one reason or another - it's just that I disliked the Democrat candidates more.
I tend to be a fiscal libertarian/conservative and a social liberal/libertarian. Or something of that sort, it’s probably a bit more nuanced.
To illustrate, I recall during the last presidential election period telling a couple friends/co-workers that “McCain isn’t conservative enough for my taste” (this was during the primary, actually), or words to that effect…
They were both democrat/liberal voters, and I was somewhat confused by their seemingly shocked/horrified responses until I later realized they thought was saying he wasn’t socially conservative enough…whereas I was speaking in terms of his fiscal stances.
The social aspect of candidates has to be quite extreme to overshadow the fiscal part, for me personally…
Thus while I dislike some of the apparent social policies/views that some of the current republican candidates hold, I think their fiscal policies are likely to be better than Pres. Obama’s are (IMO, again).