I wrote an op-ed about a poll on school choice in Georgia, about which I also blogged here. The reason for the poll is that there’s a special needs voucher program (modeled on the one in Florida) under consideration (and likely to pass) in the legislature. The poll is interesting because it shows that support for special needs vouchers is a pretty good proxy for support for vouchers overall and because respondents apparently don’t voluntarily raise any church-state objections to vouchers.
If you want any more background on developments in Georgia, you can read this. If you want to move to this future school choice paradise (it beats Milwaukee except with regard to brats and sauerkraut), you can start here.