Report: Students Favor Free Speech Rights, Inclusivity Almost Equally

May 14, 2019

A new report on free speech by College Pulse suggests that while college students value free speech, they almost equally want an “inclusive society.”

The survey, conducted with help from the Knight Foundation, found that 53 percent of students support free speech rights, and 46 percent said that promoting an “inclusive and welcoming society” is important.

The groups interviewed more than 4,400 college students at four-year institutions.

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