Half of New Hampshire residents think local teachers are underpaid and bipartisan pluralities support raising their pay even if their local school budget increased. Most residents think that parents or guardians should have primary responsibility for sexual education of children but that the local school should also play a role. Four in ten Granite Staters believe critical race theory is being taught at least to some degree in primary schools, while a large percentage believe it is taught in colleges and universities in the state. Only one-third of state residents support the 2021 law banning the teaching of "divisive concepts" in public schools in the state.
Granite State Poll
UNH Survey Center, "Granite Staters Believe Teachers Underpaid; Many Think NH Schools Teach Critical Race Theory 10/20/2022" (2022). All UNH Survey Center Polls. 716.