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A Poll Asked College Democrats If They'd Room With a Trump Supporter. Here's What They Said.

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Nearly every U.S. college has gone woke in one aspect or another, and the students who attend are no less different politically. 

In a new NBC News/Generation Labs poll, almost two-thirds, or 62 percent, of Democrat college students say that they would "probably not" or "definitely not" choose to room with a Trump supporter. 


An 18-year-old college student told NBC News that she would consider sharing a room with a Republican, but absolutely not someone who voted for former President Trump in 2020 because he is "not the average Republican." 

Imagine turning down a potential life-long friend because you didn't approve of who they voted for. 

However, the poll found that Republicans sang a different tune when it came to people of different political views. 

Only 28 percent of college Republicans said they would refuse to share a dorm room with someone who voted for President Joe Biden. 

"A person's political views do not affect whether or not I would have a friendship or relationship with them. Many of my friends have vastly different political views than I do, but I do not let that affect our friendship," a 19-year-old college student told NBC. 


He told the news outlet that he could easily room with a Biden supporter. 

That is the difference between Republicans and Democrats. 

This comes as a Knights Foundation poll found that 71 percent of university students said they are confident they know who they'd vote for in a hypothetical election, with most leaning toward Biden again. 

Additionally, most voters claimed they wouldn't date or marry someone with a different political background than them. 

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