Gulf Between Democrat And Republican Confidence In Public Schools Reaches Historic High: Gallup

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By Richard Horgan Los Angeles (Knewz) — Once upon a time, Americans of all political stripes had majority confidence in U.S. public schools. The beauty of Gallup polls is that many have been fielded for decades and can provide a telling graph of historical American sentiment. In 1973, when this particular survey first started, 61 percent of Republicans and 60 percent of Democrats had a “great deal” and “quite a lot” of confidence in public schools. Today, that sentiment is down, respectively, to 43 percent and 14 percent. The 29 percentage points gap between Democrats and Republicans is histor…

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