National Survey of 800 American Adults
Conducted May 10-11,
By Rasmussen Reports
1* Do people learn more practical skills in college or through life experiences and work after college?
2* In today’s economic environment, is a college degree still a good financial investment?
3* Which of the following educational option offers the best value for the money—a four-year college, a two-year community college, a Masters degree, vocational school, or an online degree?
4* Should every American attend a post-secondary school institution, whether it be college or some kind of vocational school?
5* In America today, can just about any good student who wants to attend college find a way to do so?
6* If a student is accepted into college but cannot afford to go, should the government pay for that student’s college education?
7* If a student is accepted into college but cannot pay all the costs involved, should the government pay the rest of his or her bills to ensure that that student graduates from college debt-free?
8* Is it better for students to attend school without working for four years and graduate with a lot of student loan debt or better to work and graduate in six to eight years with no student debt?
NOTE: Margin of Sampling Error, +/- 3.5 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence