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California parent poll: COVID-19 and early childhood

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Global Strategy Group partnered with The Education Trust–West, The Children's Partnership, The District Innovation and Leadership for Early Education Initiative, Early Edge California, and Child360 to conduct this poll. This poll surveyed 600 California parents of children ages 0-5 about the impact of the COVID-19 crisis. The poll had a confidence interval of +/-4.0%. All interviews were conducted via a web-based panel, including 62% of interviews conducted via mobile device. Care has been taken to ensure the geographic and demographic divisions of parents of young children in California are properly represented. (author abstract)
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California

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