A recent Gallup poll found bipartisan support for federal funding of school choice programs.
“The other two Trump proposals that generate more agreement than disagreement from Americans are cutting taxes for the middle class and providing federal funding for school-choice programs that allow students to attend any private or public school,” Gallup reported. “Republicans strongly support both of these proposals, and Democrats are more likely to agree than disagree with them, although by slim margins.”
In its “National School Choice Poll” the American Federation for Children (AFC) found that 68% of likely voters support school choice, and 72% supported the creation of a federal tax credit program.
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