Higher education at work.
It’s hard to be too surprised here.
Everything in the educational system, popular culture and social media influencers have been pushing this idea.
What’s striking is how extreme the generational difference reflected in the Harvard-Harris poll is.
65% to 35% overall oppose the “ideology that white people are oppressors and nonwhite people and people of certain groups have been oppressed and as a result should be favored today at universities and for employment.”
A bare majority, 51% to 49% oppose the idea that white people are “oppressors” and “non-white people” should be favored.
79% of 18-24 year olds support it.
73% to 27% overall oppose the idea that “Jews as a class are oppressors and should be treated as oppressors”.
56% to 44% of 25-34-year-olds oppose the idea.
67% to 33% of 18-24-year-olds support it.
It’s an extreme generational shift. To repeat what I said in my previous post on the poll,
One reason these numbers are so awful is that Harvard-Harris only polled registered voters. Less than half of 18-24 year olds are registered voters and those who are tend to be far left and from lefty areas in the country.
We are seeing the effect of critical race theory and obsessive classroom indoctrination and campus radicalization expressing itself in the worst kinds of racism and Jew hatred.
Higher education needs radical reform and rethinking before it’s too late.