March 3, 2024
Satisfaction with the education system in the United States is at its lowest since the turn of the century, according to a poll.


Satisfaction with the education system in the United States is at its lowest since the turn of the century, according to a poll.

The latest read from Gallup’s survey measuring people’s satisfaction with K-12 public education showed 55% of the public feels there is more to be desired.

With nearly 1 in 4 people saying they are “completely dissatisfied” and another 32% saying they are “somewhat dissatisfied,” a lack of academic rigor leads education concerns.



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The poll found that a lack of resources and political agendas within schools are also leading concerns.

Of those who said they are dissatisfied with the education system, 58% of Republicans and 52% of Democrats cited curriculum concerns.

The Gallup poll results show a 6% increase in those dissatisfied since 2019, when the nation’s satisfaction was at a near-record high of 51%.


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The survey was conducted between Aug. 1-23, surveying 1,006 adults across all 50 states, with a margin of error of 4 percentage points.

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