State poll reflects divisions, uncertainty over school vouchers

7:01 AM, Apr. 1, 2013
Andy LaLuzerne, from left, and Ian Spaulding work on a science experiment at St. Thomas More School in Green Bay.
Andy LaLuzerne, from left, and Ian Spaulding work on a science experiment at St. Thomas More School in Green Bay.
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Local support for and opposition against expanding the state's voucher program to the Green Bay School District is about evenly split, according to a new poll.

A recently released Marquette Law School poll found 51 percent of people surveyed in Green Bay are against the idea of local voucher expansion and 49 percent support it. The margin of error is 3.1 percentage points.

The poll talked to people on landlines and cellphones March 11-14. Results are based on a sample of 1,060 registered voters. Milwaukee voters represent a greater number in the poll than they do in the state in an effort to ...

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