More than 80% of voters believe that creating equitable opportunities for children to get a strong start in life should be one of the highest priorities for government—and they are willing to raise their own local taxes to make those opportunities possible. This finding, and others about voters’ attitudes toward funding for children and youth services, comes from a new national poll of U.S. voters who participated in the 2020 election, commissioned by Children’s Funding Accelerator and conducted by FM3 Research in August 2021.

Read the Children’s Funding Initiative blog and download and share the infographic about the survey highlights.