-41% OF STUDENTS SAY IT IS SOMETIMES APPROPRIATE TO SHOUT DOWN OR DISRUPT A SPEAKER ON CAMPUS.
-38% of undergraduates favor speech codes.
-53%, says they often feel intimidated sharing their ideas, opinions or beliefs in class because they were different than those of their professors; 54%, says they also feel intimidated sharing their ideas, opinions or beliefs in class because they were different than those of their classmates.
-52%, say they have had professors or course instructors that have used class time to express their own beliefs that are unrelated to the course material.
-53%, say professors have changed their mind on an issue after they heard their perspective.
(Keep in mind nearly all professors are leftwing.)
-59%, agree their school should forbid people from speaking on campus who have a history of engaging in hate speech.
(Keep in mind what has been defined as hate speech. Disagreeing with a peer is hate speech.)
-33%, believe that physical violence can be justified to prevent a person from using hate speech or making racially charged comments.
-62%, agree that social media companies should censor hate speech by shutting down the accounts of users who engage in hate speech.
(Saying you believe genitals define gender is hate speech.)
-9% say the primary purpose of higher education is to promote social justice.
-33%, have attended a rally or protest in the last two years that advocated for a particular political cause.