Taxes, Budgets, and Education

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The Public Education Network and Education Week co-sponsored a poll of 1,050 registered voters between Jan. 22 and Jan. 28. The tables below indicate that respondents to the poll said they were willing to support tax increases in order to protect education spending from budget cuts.

SOURCE: "Demanding Quality Public Education in Tough Economic Times: What Voters Want From Elected Leaders," 2003

Vol. 22, Issue 24, Page 10

Published in Print: February 26, 2002, as Taxes, Budgets, and Education
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