Poll: Americans Share How They Feel About Inappropriate Materials In Schools

Inappropriate content in school libraries has been a major topic of debate at school board meetings around the country, and new polling shows Americans have had enough.


Rasmussen Reports released the poll, which found that the vast majority of Americans want transparency about what is being taught in schools.

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“Voters overwhelmingly oppose sexually explicit books in public school libraries, and believe schools have an obligation to inform parents what their children are being taught,” the group said. “A new national telephone and online survey by Rasmussen Reports and the Capitol Resource Institute finds that 89% of Likely U.S. voters think it is important that public schools fully inform parents about what is being taught to their children in classrooms, including 70% who say it is Very Important.”

The poll comes after a string of school board meetings that went viral where parents read books available in the school library that contained shocking pictures and inappropriate content.

The poll found that explicit material should not be available to students, even at the high school level.

“Sixty-nine percent (69%) of voters believe books containing explicit sexual depictions of sex acts, including homosexual sex, should not be present in public high school libraries,” the groups said. “The majority opposed to sexually explicit books in public school libraries rises to 79% for middle schools and 85% for elementary schools.”

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