Education Barely Registers As Key Issue
If you needed any more proof that education has been an afterthought this election year, check out the latest Washington Post-ABC News poll, which was released today.
Registered voters were asked which single issue is most important to them. (Question number 6). Just 1 percent said education, while about 53 percent chose the economy/jobs, 7 percent picked health care, and 6 percent selected the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Education was actually polling just a little bit higher - 2 percent - until last month, when problems in the economy really began to escalate.