Nearly 80 Percent of Florida Voters Want Choice in Education


New poll says voters overwhelmingly support giving parents opportunity to choose where they send their children to school.


A new statewide survey of 800 registered voters in Florida released this week found that nearly 80 percent of voters support allowing parents to choose a school instead of sending them to a school based on their zip code.  

The vast majority of voters—nearly 80 percent—believe parents should have education choices for their children,” said Patricia Levesque, CEO of ExcelinEd. “Access to opportunity matters, and parents know it.” 

The survey was commissioned by ExcelinEd and took place between January 23 and 25. The survey gauges opinions on private education choice, policy design and other issues related to Florida’s system of K-12 education.

Highlights include: 

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Solution Areas:

Private Education Choice


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