John McCaslin reports in his column today:
Staff at Yale University gave Democratic presidential nominee Sen. John Kerry $20 for every $1 they gave President Bush during the 2004 presidential campaign.
At Duke University, the ratio stood at $9 to $1. At Princeton University, a whopping $302 to $1 gap prevailed. Massachusetts Institute of Technology boasted a $43 to $1 Kerry-Bush disparity.
Basing its study, “Deep Blue Campuses,” on Federal Election Commission records, the conservative Leadership Institute’s Campus Leadership Program examined 25 of the nation’s top universities. Every single one favored Kerry over Bush.
In fact, not a single employee of Dartmouth showed up in FEC records as having contributed to Bush.
The Leadership Institute’s “Deep Blue Campuses” report makes interesting reading and is available online.