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Funding child care in federal relief legislation

Key findings from a national survey among 1,216 likely voters, including 250 working parents of children age 0 to 5, conducted July 7 to 12, 2020 - A new survey conducted by Hart Research (D) and New Bridge Strategy (R) among voters nationally finds overwhelming support for the Child Care Stabilization Fund currently being considered in Congress, recognizing the strain that working parents of young children are under right now. (author abstract)
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