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The early childhood system voters want to invest in


While a decade of poll results shows consistent—and strong—voter support for public investments in early childhood care and education, policymakers continue to debate which early childhood services to prioritize, whether programs should target all children or some, and what “high quality” means to voters. Findings from a new national poll commissioned by Children’s Funding Accelerator and an analysis of 56 other state, local, and national polls offer insights on these and other questions about voter support for early childhood services. The state and local poll examples included here represent consistent findings observed across our analysis. (author abstract)

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United States

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