Oklahoma voters support educational choice

June 5, 2018

Brandon Dutcher

According to a new statewide survey of 502 likely Oklahoma voters commissioned by OCPA and conducted by Cor Strategies (margin of error: plus/minus 4.37 percent), Oklahomans support the idea of letting tax dollars follow the child to the school of their parents’ choice.

And while Democratic voters support educational choice by a healthy margin (53 percent to 37 percent), what’s striking is the overwhelming support from Republicans and Independents.

Any poll, of course, is only a snapshot of public opinion at the time the poll is administered. But this latest snapshot does add to a growing body of evidence showing that Oklahomans favor educational choice.