Thought to be able to please voters, Trump forced the US elementary and junior high schools to start school, and 65%of voters strongly opposed
Politico, a political news outlet, reported that as the number of new crown cases in the United States surged, Trump and his Secretary of Education Betsy · Devos is putting pressure on college and middle school students all over the United States to return to the classroom, in order to cooperate with him to restart social and economic propositions. On Tuesday, De Vos and Vice President Pence visited Louisiana State University and once again advocated that college students should return to campus. But the latest poll results show that most voters have not been persuaded.
According to a POLITICO/Morning Consult poll, most voters opposed the Trump administration’s request to fully reopen primary and secondary schools and daycare centers in the coming school year.
In addition, 65%of voters strongly oppose President Trump Threatening to cut federal funds for schools that do not reopen, they believe that schools need resources to continue online teaching or other types of teaching. Only 22%said that if the school could not resume classes completely, the federal government’s capital investment should be reduced.
53%of voters say they strongly oppose the complete reopening of day nurseries or primary and secondary schools, while at the same time, nearly 50%of voters say they oppose the complete reopening of colleges and universities.
Trump’s campaign team hopes that this approach will win the support of women and suburban voters. The support of these people will be the key to Trump’s defeat of Biden in November. But their expectation may be wrong-polls show that 56%of women opposed to full reopening of primary and secondary schools, and 50%of men. 55%of suburban residents also opposed the reopening of schools.
53%of women opposed the reopening of universities, 47%of men, and 53%of suburban residents more or less strongly opposed this idea.
This poll was held from July 10 to 12. During the survey of 1992 registered voters, the margin of error was plus or minus two percentage points.
The American Academy of Pediatrics disagrees with Trump, saying that the”one size fits all” model will not work for school reopening. The government’s top infectious disease expert, Dr. Foch, said in a podcast show on Tuesday:“Within our ability, we should do our best to get the children back to school. And the reason we say this is because the children don’t The unexpected consequences and negative consequences of going to school may have significant harmful consequences.”
But he added:”However, you don’t want the children to return to school, which will cause their health. Significant risks. You have to do everything possible to mitigate the negative impact on their health.”
Some of the largest school districts in the United States are rejecting Trump’s pressure campaign, Los Angeles and San Diego school district announced on Monday that they will begin full distance education in the upcoming new school year. Other school districts consider only two or three days a week in the classroom, and let the children continue to study at home the rest of the time.
Randy Ungarten, President of the American Teachers’ Union, said , Members of her union want to reopen the school, but they say it must be done safely. She also accused the Trump administration of not making such a plan.
She said:”They (Trump administration) may act recklessly on reopening bars and holding election rallies, but people close to children across the country will not act recklessly on the decisions of children or teachers This is why you will see different people making different decisions, depending largely on the current status of the epidemic in an area.”
In the suburbs of Washington, capital, Arlington, Virginia The school’s principal, Duran, told parents on Tuesday that he proposed to postpone the start of August 31st to September 8th. He also said that the school district will provide online full-time distance learning for all students.
Principal Duran wrote in an email to parents,”In our entire plan, the health and safety of our staff and students has always been our top priority, starting this year with online teaching Our work allows us to continue to monitor the situation until we are confident that we can return to school safely.”
Parents can choose to give their children full online lessons or half online lessons half offline before July 20. Dulan said the goal is to give face-to-face interviews in stages based on public health data.
According to the survey, overall, 60%of respondents Respondents are more concerned about the impact of viruses on public health, while 30%of respondents are more concerned about the impact of viruses on the economy. 76%of voters surveyed said that Americans should continue to maintain social distance if necessary.
There is a disagreement about whether the reason for promoting school resumption is to promote economic development (41%of voters agree) or to facilitate student learning (43%of voters agree).
Kyle Depp, co-founder and chief research officer of Morning Consult, who hosted the poll, said,”Democratic Party Voters are more inclined to say that this is to promote the economy, while Republican voters are more inclined to think that this is for student learning.”
Polls show Trump Forced the opening of the US elementary and junior high schools to be unpopular