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  • Writer's pictureJoanne Jacobs

Poll finds strong, bipartisan support for school choice

Democrats and Republicans strongly support school choice, according to a new I&I/TIPP poll, reports Terry Jones.

Here's the question, which frames Florida's Education Savings Account policy as "this education reform."

“This week, Florida enacted an education savings account (ESA) policy for all K-12 students “regardless of race, income, background, or zip code.” ESAs allow parents to withdraw their children from public districts or charter schools and receive a deposit of public funds into government-authorized savings accounts. Families can use the ESA funds to pay for private school tuition, tutoring, textbooks, homeschool curriculum, online learning, special-needs therapy, and more. Generally speaking, how would you describe your support for this education reform?”

Fifty-eight percent of all respondents -- and 82 percent of parents -- support the law.


Overall, Democrats and Republicans were equally likely to be pro-choice, but Democrats were more likely to be "strongly" in favor than the Republicans.


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phillipmarlowe
Apr 27, 2023

It wont be enough to pay for Pine Crest.

Never will.


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