Questions - College Loans and Student Debt - January 18-19, 2013
National Survey of
Conducted January 18-19, 2013
By Rasmussen Reports
1* Is it possible for a college or university to provide a good education at a tuition cost of $10,000 per student per year?
2* What would do more to help college students—lower tuition costs or easier access to student loans?
3* Has the availability of student loans helped increase the cost of college tuition?
4* 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?
5* If a good student comes from a wealthy household, should the student receive federal government loans or should the student’s family provide the financing?
NOTE: Margin of Sampling Error, +/- 3 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence