2012 Election Voters Offer Bipartisan Support for Children's Priorities

Memo ELECTION OMNIBUS First Focus FinalA poll conducted on the eve of 2012's Election Day shows strong bipartisan support for federal investments in America's children. The Lake Research Partners survey found that Democrats and Republicans strongly back priority initiatives, ranging from a concrete plan to halve child poverty within ten years to extension of effective anti-poverty family tax credits and the successful Children's Health Insurance Program.

Read an analysis of responses from Latino voters here.

Health Poverty & Family Economics Polling and Opinion Research

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