Robert Holland, Townhall -
Recent polling results show school choice gaining traction. The latest, released September 13 by Chicago-based GenForward, revealed robust support from Millennials for vouchers to help needy children choose private schools. The approval level was remarkably high across racial/ethnic lines: African-Americans, 79 percent; Latinos, 77 percent; Asian-Americans, 76 percent; whites, 66 percent. In January, a poll by another group, the Beck Institute, found three-fourths of Millennials favored unfettered school choice.