Last week, we told you about Senate Bill 65, which is sponsored by State Senator Martha Fuller Clark and supported by Governor Chris Sununu. It would prohibit New Hampshire’s public schools from opening until after Labor Day.

We wanted to know what our listeners thought, so we put a poll on our Facebook page. As you can see from the results below, 82% of the respondents are in favor of school starting after Labor Day. Only 18% said it should start before the September holiday.

Here are the results of our poll.:

Even though the poll is closed, you can still weigh in with a comment on the post. Let us know what you think and why.