The poll surveyed about 5,000 likely voters in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Wisconsin, Michigan and North Carolina between late August and Early September and found that between two-thirds and three-quarters of voters in those states support publicly funded K-12 school choice.
· Between 51% and 62% of respondents said they support state-funded charter schools as an alternative to district-managed public schools.
· Support for publicly funded school choice programs was higher among Black respondents in every state except North Carolina.
· Only about one-fifth of voters surveyed said they believed giving parents more choice in their children’s education would lower educational quality.
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