Voter Opinion Poll – Messaging & Advocacy Goals for 2016

In consideration of the 2016 presidential election, this webinar, presented by the Child and Family Policy Center (IA) and Every Child Matters in 2015, sought to ensure child policy is part of the election dialogue in 2015. It discussed the concerns that Iowa (and national) voters have about children, their future, and the threats they face, and how those concerts rate in terms of policy issues. The webinar also discussed how voters react to candidates who propose solutions to child policy issues across age, gender, income, and party affiliation. With this information, it discussed messaging and policy solutions to ensure that candidates and voters focus on fairness, responsibility, opportunity, and community and professional support for children’s issues.

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The Partnership for America’s Children
is a network of nonpartisan child policy advocacy
organizations that represent children and their needs at the local,
state, and national level within and across states.

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