There are no Republican professors at many departments across numerous universities in the United States. This is according to reporting by JustTheNews about a survey conducted across many universities to see the political leanings of various professors across those universities. The College Fix, a conservative higher education outlet, surveyed professors' political beliefs across different universities. They reported the following about it: "just 61 Republican professors [were found] across 65 departments at seven universities as part of a recent survey of professor party affiliations nationwide." [tweet_embed]December 09, 2022[/tweet_embed] They also noted the following: "A total of 33 of the departments had zero Republican professors identified within them — slightly more than 50 percent of all departments surveyed." [tweet_embed]December 09, 2022[/tweet_embed] Fix editor Jenn Kabbany summarized this by saying that the foxes guard the hen house. In other words, they are saying that liberal professors are doing all that they can to keep themselves as the solid majority of educators in the system. She stated the following: "If parents, politicians and watchdogs wonder why students go into college as innocent and eager 18-year-olds and come out four years later as mouth-breathing progressive-socialist Democrats, look no further than the people teaching them what to think day in and day out at college." It turns out that many professors have liberal views, meaning they are likely to pass on at least some of those views to their students. It is hard to determine exactly how much students are influenced by their professors when forming their political views, but it seems likely that their teachings greatly impact things. After all, they can speak directly to students for many hours daily. With that in mind, it just makes sense that they are likely to pass on at least some of their worldview to those students. Many universities bill themselves as being the kind of place where diversity of opinion is celebrated. However, many universities don't have Republican or conservative professors. How is it possible that students are receiving the diversity of opinions they need to hear if they are only ever hearing from liberal professors? This kind of news needs to be a wake-up call for the whole country regardless of one's political viewpoints. It is troubling that people just about to head into the workforce are being met with only one point of view to look at.