(HOT AIR) – Our own Katie Pavlich over at Town Hall came across a poll of college students taken back in September which is either a hopeful sign for the future or some "too good to be true" sampling errors run wild. A survey conducted by Inc./Woman Trend of one thousand college students age 18-24 sought to capture their feelings about Social Justice Warrior issues currently driving protests on campuses around the nation. The results, as I already implied, are shocking to say the least.
A new scientific poll sanctioned by Young America's Foundation and conducted by Inc./Woman Trend shows the majority of college students reject the "microaggression," politically correct culture plaguing campuses around the country. Specifically, the poll shows college students rejecting the use of gender pronouns.
I found the survey worth bringing up because it taps into many of the specific subjects which curmudgeons such as myself frequently find worthy of a robust, Get Off My Lawn response. One of them is the long running nag about using "gender inclusive pronouns" in professional and educational documents, as well as the weird new "alternate" pronouns designed to hide the gender of the subject so as not to offend anyone.
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