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Survey: Americans increasingly support two-generation programs for families


According to a 2018 election eve survey research by Lake Research Partners, two-generation programs have seen increasing public support since 2012 across party lines.

In the most recent survey, 86 percent of Americans believe that if we want to make sure children from families with low incomes are successful in their early learning, then we also have to invest in their parents’ economic well-being. Moreover, 81 percent favor the approach even if their own taxes were increased to introduce such programs.

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