NEW JERSEYANS SPLIT ON CHARTER SCHOOLS; BLACK VOTERS STRONGER SUPPORTERS, FAVOR SCHOOL CHOICE VOUCHERS

Posted at 11:00 am April 7, 2011, in Education, New Jersey Politics & Issues, Rutgers-Eagleton Poll

Voters are split on the continuing growth of charter schools in New Jersey, according to a Rutgers-Eagleton Poll released today. Forty-four percent of all Garden State voters support increasing the number of charter schools in the state, while 42 percent oppose adding more charters. Fourteen percent say they don’t know if they support or oppose an increase. Black voters are stronger supporters: 52 percent favor more charter schools.

 

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