A new survey by the Child Education Research Center (CERC) found that the majority of parents believe that child care should be offered in their child’s home as a form of care for both parents.
The survey found that 77 percent of parents say that childcare should be a primary care option for their child.
The report, released Wednesday, also found that 72 percent of respondents said they think their child should be able to attend preschool and 60 percent think that they should be allowed to choose preschool over kindergarten.
As the U.S. prepares for its first preschool class, parents have come together to share their opinions about child care, as well as how to best provide it.
Some parents say it’s best to opt out of child care altogether and focus on other things, while others say they prefer to let their child choose childcare over child care.
The poll also found a large majority of respondents (56 percent) think that the average American should have access to childcare, which is significantly higher than the 30 percent who say the average person should have no childcare at all.
This is the first time the CERC has conducted a survey of parents about childcare.
The CERC is a non-profit organization that aims to build trust and confidence in parents and their families by conducting research on children, families and families.