According to Public Policy Polling’s newest survey:
“North Carolina voters think funding for early childhood education should continue to be a top priority for state funding, even in a difficult budget year.”
Only 21% of voters in the state think that early childhood education should be cut during tough economic times.
And according to the release, “67% of North Carolinians say they’d be willing to accept increases in the cigarette and alcohol taxes if it meant that cuts on early childhood education spending could be reduced.” Their blog discusses more about this point.
Let your representatives know that NC Voters Say Yes to Early Childhood!