Voucher Poll

A recent poll, noted in the Pittsburgh Tribune Review shows that most Pennsylvanians oppose vouchers

Nearly two-thirds of Pennsylvanians oppose creating a voucher system that would use tax dollars to pay private-school tuition, according to a public opinion poll released yesterday.
In the March poll of 807 adults, 61 percent said they were opposed to the voucher idea, while 37 percent said they supported it. The margin of error was 3.4 percent.

Citizens continue to understand the benefits of a great public education and the means whereby vouchers undermine it, for the benefit of the few.