Survey says: Education savings accounts are unpopular
I don't believe the Des Moines Register's new poll that shows almost every subgroup in Iowa opposing the new education savings account law.
I remember watching Family Feud as a kid. Two families would compete and they would guess what the most popular answers to survey questions.
Richard Dawson, the original host, would say, “Survey says…”
Then they would see if they were right.
If the question was what are the most popular Republican policy in Iowa, a family who guessed school choice would have wiffed.
A survey said, school choice is unpopular.
As I mentioned in my post yesterday morning, I wanted to talk about a poll where over 60 percent of Iowans say they oppose the new education savings account law recently passed by the Iowa Legislature and signed by Governor Reynolds.
The Des Moines Register released a poll where a majority of most everyone, including Republicans, school parents, independents, Catholics, etc. opposed the new education savings accounts law. A slight majority of evangelicals supported the new law, but they were the only subgroup that did.
For this to be believed…
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