More Information on In-State Tuition Rates for Undocumented Students

Although people nationally and in Florida showed mixed opinions about whether undocumented college-age students in America should have the benefit of in-state college tuition in the state where they live, a number of states have enacted such policies—through one means or another.

Florida, for instance, passed state legislation in 2014 allowing some provisions for in-state tuition […]

Infographic Release: Florida Views on Tuition for Undocumented Students

Infographic Release: National Views on Tuition for Undocumented Students

Energy Sources, Drawing of Political Districts, and Guns on Campuses Draw Divided Views in Florida

Potential Players in Next U.S. Senate Race Largely Unknown Statewide
A new statewide Florida poll by the Saint Leo University Polling Institute indicates Floridians want to see an expansion of the sources of energy available to them. The survey also found widespread displeasure with the Florida Legislature on redistricting work, and significant popular sentiment in favor […]

Majority Say They Are Willing to Pay Higher Taxes for Better Schools, Both in Florida and Nationally, New Poll Reveals

But Some Aspects of Student Testing are Vexing to Adults
Frustrated with a variety of issues in public education, nearly 60 percent of the respondents to a Saint Leo University Polling Institute survey conducted nationally and in Florida say they are willing to “pay somewhat more in taxes to better fund public schools in my community.”

In […]

In Florida and Nationally, the Public Wants Means to Review Policing Practices, While Declaring Some Support for Departments

Diverse Views on Gun Ownership, But Mental Health Supports and Some Gun Restrictions Both Seen as Beneficial By Majorities in Survey
A new nationwide survey by the Saint Leo University Polling Institute found a strong majority think police should be required to wear body cameras, and that the U.S. Department of Justice should continue to investigate […]