Most recently, a poll of registered voters released by AARP Utah in December 2022 revealed that 67% of those surveyed said they support "Utah allocating more state income tax revenue to early childhood programs and services such as all-day kindergarten, preschool or child care." 

The AARP commissioned Alan Newman Research to conduct this phone survey of a representative sample of 1004 registered Utah voters. 

In March 2022, the Deseret News shared the results of a statewide poll regarding Utahns' support for optional full-day kindergarten

The poll, conducted for the Deseret News and the University of Utah's Hinckley Institute of Politics, revealed that nearly 3/4ths of Utahns (72% of those surveyed) support a FDK option for families. Only 16% were opposed. 

Dan Jones & Associates conducted the poll of 804 registered voters in Utah, with a margin of error of +/-3.45 percentage points. 

This poll affirms the results of a 2021 statewide survey of 1,976 registered Utah voters conducted by Utah-based polling firm Y2 Analytics, with a margin of error of +/-2.2 percentage points. That poll found: