Back-to-school survey shows gaps are personal, not political
Among the political classes in Washington and the nation’s state capitals, when and how to open public schools has become yet another contentious issue with partisan battle lines and dueling talking points. This is not the case among the voters, however, according to the findings of an eye-opening survey by RealClear Opinion Research.
By Carl M. Cannon
Registered voters are cautious, to be sure – and a majority are leery of President Trump’s push to open schools – but the fault lines are personal, not partisan.