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Students are an opinionated bunch. Here's how they felt over the years, according to U. Magazine's student opinion polls.

1988: Should foreign teaching assistants be required to pass oral proficiency tests?

  • Yes: 97 percent
  • No: 3 percent

1989: Do you think your college education is worth the money you pay for it?

  • Yes: 38 percent
  • No: 61 percent
  • Unsure: 1 percent

1990: Should student fees be used to fund gay and lesbian student groups?

  • Yes: 33 percent
  • No: 67 percent

1991: Do you support affirmative action policies?

  • Yes: 29 percent
  • No: 71 percent

1992: Should universities prohibit professors from dating students?

  • Yes: 32 percent
  • No: 68 percent

1993: Has political correctness gone too far?

  • Yes: 85 percent
  • No: 15 percent

1994: Do you believe in God?

  • Yes: 75 percent
  • No: 23 percent
  • Maybe: 2 percent

1995: Should the government regulate the Internet?

  • Yes: 12 percent
  • No: 88 percent

1996: Do you expect to get a job in your major?

  • Yes: 73 percent
  • No: 27 percent

1997: Should gay marriages be legal?