Education is Idaho’s top priority. 

That’s according to a new statewide survey called “The People’s Perspective,” conducted by the New York-based Farkas Duffet Research Group and facilitated by Idaho Education News. 

The survey polled 1,004 Idahoans in the fall of 2016 and weighed education against the environment and the economy. 

In Idaho’s case, education won out — something that’s not typical. “Usually the economy is ranked first in importance,” said Steve Farkas of the Farkas Duffet Research Group. “Education is usually in the top three, but the economy usually rates the highest.”

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