Education Survey Toplines

Democrats have long been seen as the “party of education.” But what if Democratic politicians can no longer assume they start with that advantage among most voters? In order to better understand how voters view the Democratic Party’s handling of education issues, and to get a sense of the education policies they would like to see the party embrace moving forward, we worked with Global Strategy Group to conduct a live telephone survey from November 11th to November 16th of 808 general election voters, with an oversample to reach 201 public school teachers.

The margin of error at the 95% confidence level is 3.5% for voters at large and 7.0% for public school teachers. The sample of teachers surveyed skewed much older, with 113/201 teachers surveyed aged 50+ years.

[To read these poll toplines, open the attached PDF]