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Three Quarters of University Faculty Oppose Affirmative Action

 

bulletFeminazis claim that universities support affirmative action, their favorite anti-male tool. 
bulletThree quarters of university faculty DO NOT support affirmative action. 
bulletMost groups in universities reject it by margins of three quarters and greater.
bulletThe question which SHOULD be asked is whether or not the 19th Amendment should be repealed.
bulletFeminism is dead.  Long live fatherhood.

 

“By an overwhelming margin, a majority of faculty at Connecticut public universities reject the racial discrimination that racial preferences necessarily entail.  The results of the poll demonstrate that those in higher education in Connecticut who advocate preferences are speaking only for a small minority of faculty.  After ballot initiatives and polls in other states, this is one more indication that academics, like Americans generally, reject preferences based on race, gender, and ethnicity as inconsistent with the fundamental American principles of individual merit and equal protection under the law.”

 

Jay Bergman

President

Connecticut Association of Scholars

April 18, 2000

 

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A Reaction to Ballot-Test Questions the Policy of Granting Preferences in Employment and Admissions:  A Survey of Faculty at Connecticut Institutions of Higher Education

 

Conducted for:

The Connecticut Association of Scholars

 

Data Collected by:

Center for Survey Research and Analysis

University of Connecticut

 

April 2000

 

The Connecticut Association of Scholars (CAS) commissioned the Center for Survey Research and Analysis (CSRA), a research unit at the University of Connecticut,  to conduct a survey of faculty at public institutions of higher education in Connecticut.  The purpose of the survey is to measure faculty reaction to ballot propositions similar to those  included on the California ballot several years ago.  These California ballot questions asked whether or not preferences based on race, sex or ethnicity should be used in faculty hiring and student admissions decisions.

 

The Connecticut survey of faculty at public institutions examines faculty responses to the ballot concepts.  How would faculty vote on similar ballot questions based on their home institutions?  Do faculty support the policy of applying preferences based on race, sex or ethnicity in employment and admissions at their own institution, or do they feel the policy of granting preferences should not be used?

 

The Questionnaire

 

Two questions were used to test faculty reaction to these ballot concepts.  These questions are:

 

            Do you feel that (name of home institution) should or should not grant preference to one candidate over another in faculty employment decisions on the basis of race, sex, or ethnicity?

 

            Do you feel that (name of home institution) should or should not grant preference to one applicant over another for student admission on the basis of race, sex, or ethnicity?

 

The survey also included questions on academic rank, department, gender and race to ensure that the sample interviewed adequately represents the population of faculty at Connecticut institutions of higher education..  The individual responses of all those who were interviewed are kept strictly confidential.

 

Sampling

 

A random sample of full time tenured and tenure track faculty was interviewed by telephone for the survey.   A total of  530 interviews were conducted with faculty at the Connecticut State University system, 513 were conducted with faculty at the University of Connecticut system, and 298 were conducted with faculty at the Connecticut Community College system.

 

Sampling error for the CSU faculty sample is +/- 1.9% at the 95% level of confidence.  For the UConn faculty sample, sampling error is +/- 2.0% at the 95% confidence level.  For the Community College faculty sample, sampling error is +/- 2.9% at the 95% level of confidence.

 

The telephone interviewing for this survey began on Tuesday, March 28 and ended on Friday, April 7, 2000.

 

OVERALL FINDINGS

 

The following table shows responses to our ballot test questions on the policy of granting preferences in faculty employment decisions and in student admissions.  Responses are shown for CSU (Connecticut State University) faculty, University of Connecticut faculty, and Connecticut Community College (CCC) faculty.

 

TABLE 1

OVERALL FINDINGS

 

                                                                        CSU                  UCONN         CCC

            Grant Preferences in faculty

            Employment decisions:

 

                        Should                                     18%                  29%                  15%

                        Should Not                               61%                  52%                  75%

                        Not Sure/Depends/NA      21%                  19%                  10%

           

                        Total                                        100%                100%                100%

                       

                        (n)                                           (530)                (513)                (298)

                       

 

            Grant Preferences in student

            Admissions decisions:

 

                        Should                                     23%                  35%                  9%

                        Should Not                               58%                  47%                  73%

                        Not Sure/Depends/NA      18%                  18%                  18%

 

                        Total                                        99%                  100%                100%

 

                        (n)                                           (530)                (513)                (298)

 

On the faculty hiring ballot test question, CSU faculty are more likely to say that  preferences should not be granted (61%) than they are to say that they  should be granted (18%) on the basis of race, sex, or ethnicity.   About one-in-five faculty at CSU (21%) are not sure how they would answer this ballot question.

 

On the student admissions ballot test question, CSU faculty are also more likely to opt for not granting preferences over granting preferences by a somewhat smaller margin of 58% to 23%.  Again, one-in-five CSU faculty do not register an opinion on the policy of granting preferences in student admissions.

 

Faculty at the University of Connecticut system also tend to support not granting preferences over granting preferences, albeit by thinner margins than the CSU faculty.  Specifically, 52% of UConn faculty say that preferences should not be granted in hiring while 29% say preferences should be granted in hiring.    With respect to the student admissions ballot test, 47% say preferences should not be granted while 35% say they should.  As with the CSU faculty, about one-fifth of UConn faculty are not sure how they would answer these ballot itmes.

 

Faculty in the CCC system are most likely to reject the policy of granting preferences in employment and admissions.  Seventy-five percent of CCC faculty say preferences should not be granted in employment decisions at their home institution while 15% say they should be granted.  Similarly on the student admissions ballot test, 73% say preferences should not be granted while  9% say that they should be granted on the basis of race, sex, or ethnicity.

 

FINDINGS WITHIN COLLEGE SYSTEM

 

The following two data tables show the findings for CSU and UConn faculty, broken down by academic rank and gender.  The CCC sample size is not large enough to provide these demographic breakdowns.

 

TABLE 2

CONNECTICUT STATE UNIVERSITY

 

                                                                                    Asst.             Assoc.             Full

                                                                        Total             Prof.             Prof.             Prof.             Male Female

            Grant Preferences in faculty

            Employment decisions:

 

                        Should                                     18%             18%             20%             17%             19%             16%

                        Should Not                               61%             62%             60%             61%             63%             58%

                        Not Sure/Depends/NA      21%             20%             20%             22%             18%             26%

           

                        Total                                        100%             100%             100%             100%             100%             100%

                       

                        (n)                                           (530)             (148)             (168)             (213)             (343)             (187)

 

 

TABLE 2 continued

CONNECTICUT STATE UNIVERSITY

 

            Grant Preferences in student

            Admissions decisions:

 

                        Should                                     23%             22%             25%             23%             24%             22%

                        Should Not                               58%             61%             55%             60%             59%             58%

                        Not Sure/Depends/NA      18%             17%             20%             18%             18%             20%

                        Total                                        99%             100%             100%             101%             101%             100%

 

                        (n)                                           (530)             (148)             (168)             (213)             (343)             (187)

 

 

TABLE 3

UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT

 

                                                                                    Asst.             Assoc.             Full

                                                                        Total             Prof.             Prof.             Prof.             Male Female

            Grant Preferences in faculty

            Employment decisions:

 

                        Should                                     29%             31%             31%             28%             27%             38%

                        Should Not                               52%             53%             55%             49%             54%             44%

                        Not Sure/Depends/NA      19%             16%             14%             23%             19%             18%

           

                        Total                                        100%             100%             100%             100%             100%             100%

                       

                        (n)                                           (513)             (96)             (170)             (245)             (395)             (118)

 

            Grant Preferences in student

            Admissions decisions:

 

                        Should                                     35%             36%             33%             36%             33%             43%

                        Should Not                               47%             48%             52%             43%             49%             41%

                        Not Sure/Depends/NA      18%             16%             15%             21%             19%             16%

 

                        Total                                        100%             100%             100%             100%             101%             100%

 

                        (n)                                           (513)             (96)             (170)             (245)             (395)             (118)

 

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