MU Law Poll: strong support again for increased K-12 funding; education is a top issue

The newest Marquette Law School Poll was released by Prof. Charles Franklin (pictured) on August 22 and it included an array of questions on various election and other issues. It featured several K-12 education-related questions including the recurring question of increased school funding vs reducing property taxes:

This number is up from the 59% who preferred school funding in June.

K-12 education also featured very highly when respondents were asked what was the most important issue facing Wisconsin headed into the fall general election:

Most respondents also indicated that they think schools are in the same or worse shape now than they were a few years ago:

For more results and information on the methodology see: Marquette Law School Poll.