Poll Results

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Childhood in America

3rd Quarter 2013 / Heartland Monitor Poll № 18

Americans believe that there are serious challenges facing American children today that are clouding potential opportunities.

Americans believe that opportunities for a quality education, access to health care, fair treatment, adequate play time, and sufficient love and attention are accessible to some, but are not guaranteed for the average American child. Further, there are stark differences in views regarding the role government and society should play in helping to pay the costs associated with raising children. Predictable partisan differences emerge when Americans are asked about policy approaches to address the cost of raising children.

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