Share of Americans who would further their education if it was free in 2011

Would you go back to school to further your education if you could do it for free? (2011)

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jan 10, 2012
Share of Americans who would further their education if it was free in 2011 This statistic shows the results of a survey among American adults in November 2011 on whether they would go back to school and further their education if it was free. 75 percent of all respondents said they would go back to school and further their education if they could do it for free.
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Would you go back to school to further your education if you could do it for free? (2011)

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