Posted by Campaign for Free College Tuition on October 01, 2020 at 8:14 AM
Americans Overwhelmingly Support Federal Program Providing Free Tuition for Community Colleges Skill Building Programs
Idea Garners Record GOP Support
American’s in all demographic and political groups support making public colleges tuition-free, according to the Campaign for Free College Tuition’s latest survey, conducted after Labor Day. We tested four different proposals for free college tuition and all of them received at least 73 percent overall support.
Posted by Campaign for Free College Tuition on June 03, 2020 at 12:13 PM
Latest Polling Shows Support for Free College Tuition Being Part of State Economic Recovery Plans
The Campaign for Free College Tuition in partnership with PSB Research surveyed 900 Americans aged 18+ in April 2020 to determine their level of support for a variety of free college tuition ideas. Overall, the results showed support for states providing free college tuition remains stable and strong, including using the idea as part of their economic recovery program.
Posted by Campaign for Free College Tuition on February 25, 2020 at 11:26 AM
In the midst of an often contentious 2020 presidential campaign, the Campaign for Free College Tuition’s first poll of 2020 shows remarkably strong, stable, and bipartisan support for states making public colleges tuition-free. Overall, 77 percent of Americans want their state to provide free tuition at public colleges or universities to any academically qualified student.
Posted by Jack MacKenzie on November 06, 2019 at 11:35 AM
National Attention has Proven a Good Thing for the Free College Tuition Movement
As Democratic presidential hopefuls gathered across the country this summer and fall, the question of a national free college tuition program was debated early and often. The result was a strengthening of majority support among all ages, races, genders and most importantly, across the political spectrum. CFCT’s most recent polling also shows a consensus that students from various backgrounds, including adults, should benefit from such programs.
Posted by Morley Winograd on June 24, 2019 at 4:44 PM
The Campaign for Free College Tuition in partnership with PSB Research recently surveyed 1901 Americans – including 1146 self-identified Democrats and individuals who lean Democrat. The survey was fielded June 7-13, 2019. PSB weighed the overall sample to US Census for age, gender, and ethnicity. Key findings of interest can be found below.
Posted by Morley Winograd on April 04, 2019 at 7:05 AM
Are 2020 Presidential Campaigns Impacting Public Opinion of Free College Tuition?
New CFCT Poll Reveals Unexpected Results for Millennial Americans
As 2020 Presidential campaigns begin in earnest, free college tuition retains majority support among all major age and political sub-groups. But, as new nationwide polling shows, Americans would prefer their state government, rather than Congress, create and implement programs making college tuition-free.
Posted by Jack MacKenzie on March 22, 2019 at 9:16 AM
Bipartisan. Seems almost like a quaint harkening to a prior time. Like drying clothes on the line or having an operator assist in making a long distance phone call.
In an era in which we constantly focus on that which separates us along political lines, there appears to be at least one issue that brings back the true meaning of the word bipartisan: free college.
Posted by Brian Newman on December 20, 2018 at 1:49 PM
In July, we reported that support for free college tuition for all those who are academically qualified was “remarkably stable,” despite the political turmoil the country has been experiencing at the national level.” Our November 2018 survey conducted right after Election Day not only confirms these findings, it indicates that overall support has grown and solidified.
Posted by Morley Winograd on July 09, 2018 at 10:33 AM
The message from our latest survey of voters for policy makers considering making their state’s public colleges tuition free is simple: Make college tuition free for those who are academically capable as universally available as you can and don’t ask students to jump through too many hoops to gain this benefit that voters of all political persuasions support.