By 6-to-1 margin, voters say federal government should spend more on children

By: Michele Kayal See original press release here. American voters believe — by a roughly 6-to-1 margin — that the federal government is spending too little on the health, safety, and well-being of our children. A nationwide poll of 1,000 likely voters conducted in May by Lake Research Partners found that Americans strongly support increasing our investments in children and prioritizing their needs in public policy, with education, child abuse,

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