64%
Yes
36%
No
53%
Yes
34%
No
6%
Yes, but funding should come from states instead of the federal government
1%
No, use a voucher system instead
5%
Yes, as long as parents also have the option to send their child to private school
1%
No, and all education should be privatized

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 @959K74L from North Carolina answered…2yrs2Y

 @95K7BH7 from North Carolina answered…2yrs2Y

 @8FPNF73 from Indiana answered…4yrs4Y

It should be the parents' decision to send their child to preschool. Also, the state and the federal government should partially fund preschool and offer aid for low-income families.

 @8NS2CDJ from Minnesota answered…4yrs4Y

I think it should be offered, but parents have a choice to send their child, keep them home, or send to private school.

 @iandromidas from Colorado answered…4yrs4Y

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