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Key findings from statewide survey of parents with young children

This document reports findings from a statewide poll of 599 Massachusetts parents of children under six who are involved in making decisions about childcare arrangements. The poll was conducted August 13-26, 2020 online and on the phone. Findings included in this document are based on questions asked of a subset of respondents (n=294) who have both a young child (under six years old) and a school-age child (age 6-12). (author abstract)
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