Nearly six-in-ten Democratic primary voters believe socialism has a 'positive impact on society,' according to polling conducted this month for the right-leaning issue advocacy group American Action Network and provided to POLITICO.
Democratic voters in every age group, every gender, and every race view socialism favorably, according to the early February telephone poll of 1,000 likely Democratic primary voters fielded by Republican firm OnMessage Inc. and commissioned by AAN, which is tied to the Congressional Leadership Fund super PAC dedicated to House Republicans. And among people 45 and under — a group that has helped power Sanders’ primary performances — the ideology is preferred to capitalism by a margin of 46 percent to 19 percent.
The polling made a specific point not to mention Sanders or Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton, according to AAN president Mike Shields, as part of an effort to avoid findings that simply reflect that race
Our current crop of college students track their elders' approval of socialism, and why shouldn't they? They've been indoctrinated in the lie since kindergarten.
And, naturally the NYT, a paper that still refuses to return its Pulitzer Prize for Walter Duranty's cover-up of Stalin's genocide in Ukraine, is "Working overtime to rehabilitate Communism and Socialism".
THere's a war going on here, and the radicals have been winning it for decades upon decades. Higher pay for teachers/ I think not: fire them all, and start anew.