56%
Yes
44%
No
51%
Yes
18%
No
4%
Yes, tuition costs are currently too expensive
10%
No, but tuition costs should decrease based on family income
9%
No, but free for low-income students with excellent grades
7%
No, but tuition costs are currently too expensive
1%
No, not until we balance our national deficit

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 @9LZ3NDSanswered…2mos2MO

Yes, but only under 1 of 2 conditions: the student chooses STEM or economics / the student has excellent grades

 @997LBVVanswered…1yr1Y

Tuition Is already incombe based in public universities. And public universities offer an equal level of preparation compared to private ones.

 @98KG5HXanswered…1yr1Y

Yes, but only for a small limited number of students with excellent grades.

 @988MYCJanswered…2yrs2Y

No, but free for a small limited number of students with excellent grades.

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