Californians Concerned About School Shootings, Immigration Policies

A recent survey from the Public Policy Institute of California reveals that a majority of voters in California are concerned about school shootings but oppose allowing teachers to carry guns in schools.

The report, “Californian & Education,” shows 73 percent of California adults and 82 percent of public school parents say they are very or somewhat concerned about school shootings. Meanwhile, 67 percent, or two-thirds of adults are opposed to more guns on school campuses.

The survey also shows that many Californians are concerned about how current immigration policies will affect undocumented students And 60 percent of likely voters say state funding for schools is inadequate.

View the full report here.                                                   

 


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