That is a good point. I have seen numbers for the "hard" sciences and they aren't as bad, although Democrats still greatly outnumber Republicans (sorry, I don't have the numbers on me)
Originally Posted by Black Mamba
So far with my school experience I have been lucky, no extreme left or right professors. With the exception of my last English teacher who I can make a guess was a moderate or a conservative due to her stance on Vietnam. I haven't had a history class yet so I'm sure I'll bump into a nut.
I wonder if he were to expand his research into other departments such as mathematics, engineering, physics....if he would get similar results. As someone who is involved in both the engineering and biological sciences at my college, I have to say the professors do a good job of keeping their political affliations under their belt.
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