This article was originally published in The Notebook. In August 2020, The Notebook became Chalkbeat Philadelphia.
Education groups are touting a poll that they say shows voters are more concerned than ever before about adequate funding for Pennsylvania public schools.
Pollster Terry Madonna, who designed the study, said it did not stack education against other items competing for limited state revenue. But the responses still indicated that education is a top priority for voters this year, he said.
"The one thing we can say for sure is the voters of this state are deeply concerned about education — funding education changes — some of which we’ve identified in this poll," he said.