|Fewer than one in five students responding to a university survey disagreed with the statement, "Banks are mostly interested in getting my money through hidden fees."|
- The majority of students who responded to the survey (60%) believe credit card companies often entice people into taking on more debt than they can handle.
- More than 70% of students believe businesses often try to "trick young people" into spending more than they should.
- Only a bit more than 25% of students disagreed with the following statement: "The stock market is rigged mostly to benefit greedy Wall Street bankers."
- Only 15% of students are aware that credit unions are different than banks with respect to their not-for-profit status.
- Fewer than one in five students who responded to the survey (17%) disagreed with the statement, "Banks are mostly interested in getting my money through hidden fees."