New survey data from Brainly.com, recently re-surveyed 4,500 U.S. students in middle and high school on August 7th, 2020 as a 1-month follow up to their same survey on July 7th. Some key findings include:
Overall, 78% of students said they are against fully starting school in-person (up from the previous 68%).
- 47.1% would open fully virtual (previously 33.1%)
- 30.5% would do a hybrid of virtual and in-school (previously 35.8%)
- 22.4% would open fully in-school (previously 31.2%)
Targeting states with major school districts undecided or for reopening:
- Florida (886 respondents): 79% against full reopening (52% say virtual, 27% say hybrid)
- Georgia (101 respondents): 85% against full reopening (56% say virtual, 29% say hybrid)
- Texas (175 respondents): 77% against full reopening (47% say virtual, 30% say hybrid)
- California (793 respondents): 78% against full reopening (48% say virtual, 30% say hybrid)
- Alabama (53 respondents): 84% against full reopening (47% say virtual, 37% say hybrid)
- New York (373 respondents): 77% against full reopening (42% say virtual, 35% say hybrid)
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