From Free Market.
“It’s a bias that many students have felt, but a recent study proves that college professors across the nation have an unashamed prejudice against evangelicals. This month’s WORLD magazine highlights a scientific survey of 1,269 faculty members across 712 colleges and universities administered by the Institute for Jewish and Community Research. The results show more than 53% admitted to unfavorable feelings toward evangelicals. Compare this to only 3% of college faculty who harbor animosity towards Jews and 22% against Muslims. With this kind of bias, the world of academic excellence appears hostile to upcoming generations of evangelicals. Experts say this bias makes it important that strong Christians have a presence in higher education.”