New Poll: Educa⁠t⁠⁠i⁠on Freedom ⁠i⁠s a W⁠i⁠nn⁠i⁠ng Issue ⁠i⁠n Georg⁠i⁠a

February 9, 2024

February 9, 2024

(ATLANTA) – A strong majority of Georgia voters (66%) support establishing universal education freedom, according to a new poll conducted by Cygnal.

The poll surveyed likely general election voters in six battleground State House districts: HD 48 (Rep. Scott Hilton), HD 53 (Rep. Deborah Silcox), HD 81 (Rep. Lauren Daniel), HD 99 (Rep. Matt Reeves), HD 151 (Rep. Mike Cheokas), and HD 154 (Rep. Gerald Greene).

Voters showed strong support for universal education choice. When presented with the option of a universal program available to all Georgians, versus a limited one, 62% of swing voters and 67% of Independents said they believed all families with K-12 students should have access to school choice.

“It’s clear that voters want educational options made available to all Georgia students, regardless of where they reside,” said Marcus D. San Marino, government affairs director, yes. every kid. “Voters across the political spectrum are increasingly drawn to elected officials who champion education reforms that empower all families to provide their children with the educational experience that works
best for them.”

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yes. every kid. supports policies that respect the dignity of every student, welcome innovative ideas and foster a diversity of approaches to learning. yes. every kid. will support and build coalitions to advance new conversations and bold visions by bringing together differing voices and perspectives to revolutionize the K-12 education experience.