Share of voters who think public libraries should be a top priority U.S. 2008-2018

This statistic shows the share of voters in the United States who think public libraries should be a top priority when allocating tax dollars in 2008 and 2018. During the survey in 2018, 39 percent of the respondents stated that they think public libraries should be a top priority when allocating tax dollars.

Share of voters in the United States who think public libraries should be a top priority when allocating tax dollars in 2008 and 2018

Share of respondents
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Release date

March 2018

Region

United States

Survey time period

2008 and 2018

Age group

18-69 years

Method of interview

Panel survey

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