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You can ask the same things to the same people worded slightly different ways, and still get rather different results.

Indeed. You can rig a survey to produce any results that you want. I stress this to students when teaching basic information literacy. It's not enough to take statistics, especially population surveys, at face value.
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My parents did a good job of preparing me. There's no obvious adult skill, like cooking or writing a resume, that I didn't have by the time I graduated from college.

The skills that I didn't have by that point are the kind that can't be taught.
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