Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Oklahomans 'emphatically support school choice expansion'

Oklahoma voters and parents “emphatically support school choice expansion.” That’s the assessment of respected public-opinion researcher Pat McFerron, president of Cole Hargrave Snodgrass and Associates, after reviewing the results of the firm’s latest survey.

“Oklahomans, particularly those with children in school, are clamoring for greater school choice,” The Oklahoman’s editorial board notes (“Oklahoma lawmakers should move ahead with ESA measure”). “It's always been clear that there are no legitimate policy reasons to oppose ESAs in Oklahoma. Now it's evident there are no legitimate political reasons for lawmakers to withhold their support either.”

UPDATE: Michael Carnuccio discusses the survey in a Journal Record column here.

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