Californians Ambivalent on College, CostsNovember 9, 2017 |
by Mikhail Zinshteyn
Along with worry over the high costs of college and housing, many Californians say there are ways to succeed without college.
That’s according to a new poll published this week by the Public Policy Institute of California.
Nearly half of adults and 55 percent of likely voters say there are “many ways to succeed without a college education.” But political affiliation and demographics indicate a split in opinion on the role of higher education.