Public schools get slightly lower marks from those Americans with children living at home. Among this group, 41% say public schools provide the best education while 47% say public schools are the worst.In 2005, 42% of all Americans surveyed by Rasmussen thought public schools provided the best education for children; today, 41% of parents with children living at home say the same, while that number rises to 50% when you include people who don't have children living at home.
Most Americans (54%) know a family whose children attend private school. Among families with children living at home, 62% know some who are in private school.
That's the opposite of what I assumed would be the case.
What happens to the views of parents whose children have grown and left home?