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Young Americans Want More Parental Control Over Education By 2-To-1 Margin, New Survey Finds

By  Ben Zeisloft

Young Americans are overwhelmingly in support of more parental control over education, a comprehensive survey released Tuesday reveals.

In a national poll of 18 to 29-year-olds from the Institute of Politics at Harvard Kennedy School, 46% of respondents Americans agree with the statement that “parents should have more control over their children’s education than they do now,” while only 23% disagreed.

Republicans were far more in support of the assertion, with 64% agreeing and 14% disagreeing. Meanwhile, 35% of Democrats agreed while 31% disagreed. Independent and unaffiliated young voters also showed a high degree of support for parental rights in education, with 44% agreeing and 20% disagreeing…

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