WASHINGTON – Christian and conservative students are being silenced on college campuses. New numbers reveal the phenomenon is causing a growing number to keep their religious and political views to themselves.
An annual survey by Yale’s William F. Buckley Jr. Program finds a majority of students, 53 percent, feel intimidated sharing their ideas, opinions or beliefs when they’re different from their professors.
Slightly more students, 54 percent, feel intimidated if those views differ from their classmates.
Of those students who feel intimidated, 62 percent are conservative.
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