Hypersensitivity is not popular. —>
Paul Joseph Watson reported on 6/30 that a majority of Americans oppose hypersensitivity and political correctness according to a Qunnpac University poll in which 51% of respondents thought P.C. culture had gone too far.
Split down party lines, 86% of Republicans opposed PC culture compared to 16% of Democrats. Men were also significantly more likely to eschew political correctness by a margin of 60% to 37% compared to for 43% to 51% for women.
Millennials were the most likely to support political correctness by a margin of 55% to 41%, illustrating how college campuses are hotbeds of identity politics that reinforce politically correct attitudes.
The figures show that the conservative culture war against the regressive left, social justice warriors and third wave feminists that has accelerated over the last few years with the rise of cultural libertarianism has resonated with more Americans than a politically correct culture which stifles free speech and unrestricted debate in favor of safe spaces and trigger warnings. Source
What is noteworthy about the poll results is the split between conservatives and “liberals” who hold opposite views on political correctness, a subset of cultural Marxism. It appears that the left has abandoned its classical Thomas Jeffersonian roots in favor of an authoritarian stranglehold on words (tyranny with manners).
Despite a constant barrage of propaganda from the corporate media and the Hollywood entertainment industry, cultural libertarianism is rising in opposition of the left’s failed attempt at policing language under the guise of “social justice.”