As Campus Reform reported:
Harvard’s freshman class contains five times as many liberals as conservatives, according to a survey by the Harvard Crimson.
More than 65 percent of Harvard’s class of 2019 identifies as either somewhat or very liberal, compared to just 12.2 percent who identify as somewhat or very conservative.
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The disparity is even greater between the numbers of “very liberal” and “very conservative”: a hair under 28 percent of the newest Harvard students identify as “very liberal,” almost fourteen times as students who identify as “very conservative”—a mere two percent of the class.