Emily33 inspired. If students were taught to love learning, question authorities, and to nurture powerful networks would we generate more liberal or conservative students.
They're called free thinkers, and they don't conveniently fit into categories. I would say that they would be "libertarian" if we are trying to label people.
They would be independents.
If we educated, nurtured, and taught children to question authority, we would create independents. These children would grow up and think for themselves as well as be better informed due to their love of learning.
It's difficult to declare on or the other based on the issue I can sway back ad forth either way. Their really is no longer nor was there ever a standard conservative or liberal 100% of the time. We all have or own passions
Ah for the capacity to grade our vote on SOH 1-10
On a scale of 1 to 10 in being 1 a conservative and q10
Being a liberal a would in most issues in the world be a 3 to 4 conservative.
I find social issues I score higher in the liberal field and in economic issues a much higher conservative
Also in moral ethical issues I score a higher conservative
Just depends upon each issue and situation.
Yes... I do like the choose this or that polls, w no middle ground. It makes me think about answers more deeply, even if I am
Unsatisfied w the answr options.
Probably about the same as now. Parents USUALLY (yes there are exceptions) have similar views as their parents, although they may have some differences, depending in the issues of the day. Overall though? It's pretty similar to the child's agents
Parents not agents
I could be wrong, however I think college contributes a lot. However parents do influence college. I would bet liberal college produce liberal students. Conservative colleges. Produce conservatives.
Neither. They'd be libertarians
i don't think they would be too far either way, but have the good parts of both viewpoints.