According to a poll conducted by the American Federation for Children, 63% of Likely 2018 Voters support school choice — including 41% who strongly support it. 77% of Latinos, 67% of whites, 56% of African Americans, 75% of Republicans, 62% of Independents, and 54% of Democrats also support school choice. We know this is true in Florida where parents continually demand quality #schoolchoice options and have been the driving force in the charter school and school choice movement here.
4th annual survey shows popularity for a federal proposal, education savings accounts, and choice for military families
Tommy Schultz –
The American Federation for Children, the nation’s voice for educational choice, and Beck Research, a respected Democratic polling firm, released their fourth annual National School Choice Poll today. The survey of 1,100 likely November 2018 voters demonstrated that despite relentless attacks throughout the past year by the teachers’ unions and education establishment, the concept of school choice is supported by 63 percent of likely voters. Innovative new proposals like a federal tax credit scholarship, school choice for military families, and education savings accounts remain very popular as the 2018 legislative sessions have kicked off around the country.