Gov. Brian Kemp has taken on school choice as one of his priorities this year – even calling on members of the General Assembly during his State of the State address to pass a private school voucher bill this year. He went so far as to say “I believe we have run out of ‘next years’” referring to the fact that the issue has failed to make it through the General Assembly for several years.

As Georgia celebrates School Choice Week this week, as proclaimed by Gov. Kemp, a new poll of likely general election voters in Georgia shows a 68 percent favorability margin for the concept of “school choice,” with 76 percent of parents in favor. 

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