The survey pointed out that complete student loan forgiveness would likely lead to increased taxes for Americans. That did not bother 33% of respondents, who said they thought it was fair. Forty-five percent didn’t.

As for former borrowers who have repaid their student loan debt, 33% of them believe taxpayers should shoulder the cost and 49% believe otherwise.

When given a choice of solutions to fix the debt crisis and cost of higher education, 59% of respondents answered “capping tuition prices, [and] holding colleges more accountable for affordability.” Thirty-two percent chose “forgiving all $1.52 trillion in student loan debt,” and 9% of respondents answered “not sure.”

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