“The survey was conducted by College Pulse, a pollster, and sponsored by the Princetonians for Free Speech.”
This didn’t happen overnight, or by accident. This is the end goal of the far left in education.
The College Fix reports:
76 percent of Princeton students say it’s acceptable to shout down a speaker: survey
A little over three-quarters of Princeton University students polled in a recent survey said it is sometimes acceptable to shout down a speaker.
The findings come despite a free speech-focused freshman orientation session, a university guarantee of “the broadest possible latitude to speak,” and administrators who act as “Free Expression Facilitators.”
But the survey results show Princeton University does not adequately promote an environment of free and open discourse, according to Princetonians for Free Speech, an alumni group.
The group conducted a survey of Princeton undergraduate students and reports that, among other results, only 18 percent of students report being “very familiar” with Princeton’s free speech rule, and 48 percent support banning offensive speech.
Other key survey findings include that 43 percent believe it may be acceptable to block others from attending a speech, and 16 percent believe violently stopping a speech could be justified.
“Our survey shows more needs to be done because most students neither support or understand free speech,” said Edward Yingling, a co-founder of Princetonians for Free Speech, in an email to The College Fix.
The survey was conducted by College Pulse, a pollster, and sponsored by the Princetonians for Free Speech.
The survey comes after Princeton’s president, Christopher Eisgruber, has openly supported free speech over the past academic year. His remarks include a speech given at a freshman orientation session focused on free expression.
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