As heated debates over free speech and diversity dominate headlines and roil campuses across the country, many are left wondering how college students view the First Amendment. Sam Gill of the Knight Foundation returns to discuss new findings from a study on students' views of free speech on campus and online. Later, find out if Americans now view President Donald Trump's tax law more favorably.
U.S. college students continue to view First Amendment rights as secure rather than threatened, but they are less likely than in 2016 to say each right is secure.
Sixty-one percent of U.S. college students, up from 54% in 2016, say the climate on their campus prevents people from saying what they believe.
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