How do you think about it?

Debt is something most of us have, either a little or a lot. It can be a huge factor in our lives: on stress, career choices, and lifestyle. And it feels like a taboo subject -- talking about it can be pretty uncomfortable.  We want to know how you think about it, and we want to share what we find. 10 questions, 4 minutes or less.
 
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* 1. How much does debt stress you out?

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* 2. How much debt does your household have?

  None <$10k $10k - $25k $26k - $50k $51k - $100k $101k - $200k $201k - $500k >$500k Prefer not to answer
Mortgage(s)
Student loan(s)
Car loan(s)
Credit card(s)
Medical loan(s)
Payday loan(s)
Other

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* 3. When do you think you'll have it paid off?

  No debt <1 year 1-2 years 3-5 years 6-10 years 11-20 years 21-30 years >30 years Prefer not to answer
Mortgage(s)
Student loan(s)
Car loan(s)
Credit card(s)
Medical loan(s)
Payday loan(s)
Other

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* 4. How confident are you that you have your debt under control?

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* 5. How much does debt influence your life?

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* 6. How does debt compare to other stressful things in your life? Rank the below options.

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* 7. If you were struggling with debt, how likely would you be to seek counseling from the following? (Sponsored by Debt Reduction Services, Inc.)

  Very likely Likely Neither likely nor unlikely Unlikely Very unlikely
Family or Friends
Nonprofit credit counseling agency
Debt settlement company
Bankruptcy attorney
No one

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* 8. In what year were you born? (enter 4-digit birth year; for example, 1976)

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* 9. About debt, what do you think people pay too much attention to?

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* 10. About debt, what do you think people don't pay enough attention to?

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