If you are not afraid to learn running two new tools, I can recommend the DTP program Scribus. Scribus will 100% give you "pretty" PDFs, where you have total control over fonts, styles, layout on page, etc.
All you need is one page in Scribus, with one text-frame and in there your Q&A "framework" and some place-holders for your data. You style that text just like you want. And you can arrange your place-holders any way you want, that is the power of Scribus.
And then run the script: It can make you one PDF for each line of data. Or even one massive PDF for whatever you might want to do with that (helps if you want to print on paper). I even added an option to have any csv-delimiter that you want (does not need to be a comma). Note: I am not on the Generator team, just a happy user.
The script for Scribus which will handle your csv-batch-magic is called Scribus Generator. I am using it for years. It is just a Python script, so you can look inside and tweak it any way you want. But it has become so powerful, that I guess you will not need to do any coding.
scribus.net for the main tool.
And https://github.com/berteh/ScribusGenerator for the script.
There is a very friendly and competent e-mail user-list for Scribus. Scribus can do "anything", the main challenge for beginners is often finding where-and-how. The ScribusGenerator is rather well documented.
Guessing from your question, I would say you can set this up in several hours. It is helpful to create a testing csv-file with just maybe five lines of data.
Also you will save much clicking time, if you keep all your elements in one folder: The scribus-file, a copy of the csv-file and a copy of the script.
Looking forward to your feedback.