A recent campus-wide field survey at Dartmouth College found that students who identified as Democrats are the least tolerant of opposing political views. While a large majority (69 percent) of students who identified as Republicans said they were comfortable rooming with someone of a differing political persuasion, nearly half of those who identified as Democrats (45 percent) indicated that they were uncomfortable.
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