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Voters overwhelmingly support federal investments in child care across the political spectrum


While voter motivations behind the outcomes of the 2022 midterm elections will be hotly debated over the coming weeks and months, a national poll commissioned by the First Five Years Fund (FFYF) and conducted by the bipartisan polling team of Hart Research and New Bridge Strategy immediately following the 2022 midterm elections underscores child care as an uniquely unifying issue and one that garners overwhelming bipartisan support. Voters from both sides of the aisle understand the essential role that child care plays in the success of our economy, and expect Congress and the White House to work together to advance long-term solutions that address the severity of child care challenges facing working families and our economy. (author abstract)

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