A new bipartisan poll commissioned by the North Carolina Early Childhood Foundation shows that voters across the political spectrum are united on making quality, birth-to-age-eight early education a top priority for the state. In fact, 80% of voters support doubling investment in early education—an annual increase in state funding from 1% to 2%. Significant majorities of Republicans, Independents and Democrats want more investments in early learning—including providing greater access to affordable and quality child care, Smart Start, NC Pre-K and programs that build parenting skills. Voters across the state recognize that families need more support in the early years. Click here for a summary of key findings. Visit buildthefoundation.org/2018-voter-poll-tookit/ to get all of the results, along with resources you can use to share them.