There is overwhelming bipartisan support among voters nationally and in key electoral swing states for a wide range of federal early learning and care policy proposals that already have the backing of many Democratic and Republican policymakers in Washington. The Coronavirus pandemic has reinforced for millions of Americans the indispensable role of child care and early learning for children, working parents, and communities. In addition to the need for continued relief to keep providers afloat for what promises to be a tumultuous and unpredictable few months, Congress also has an opportunity to address longstanding challenges and enact legislation to build up a system of care that works for all families.

You can see all of the full results from this year’s national poll here.