POLL SHOWS OVERWHELMING TAXPAYER SUPPORT FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL CHOICE

A new poll shows 62 percent of Pennsylvania’s voters have favorable impressions of the concept of parental choice in public education. Conducted by Susquehanna Polling and Research in Harrisburg, the poll shows 87 percent of the respondents believe parents should have the option to determine the type of public school that would best serve their child’s needs.

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