More than three out of four voters (77%) favor giving parents more options when choosing a public school for their children, with minority voters (82%) and parents (81%) most strongly expressing a desire for greater public school choices. After hearing a description of public charter schools, three in five (60%) parents expressed interest in enrolling their children in a charter school. These results and others reflect wide iinterest in public charter schools as an alternative to traditional public schools that are failing to meet students’ needs.
Download the results of this national poll (below) of 800 registered voters, conducted by The Glover Park Group on behalf of the Alliance. Read the news release about the poll here.