The ideological breakdown is what you’d expect it to me, and tolerance for this sort of speech is low, at about 40% of Americans.
So I didn’t have to face that issue in my own ability to test them.
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I ran a quick & dirty logistic regression, and you can see that below (in case you care, being a woman is associated with less tolerance for free speech here, and political ideology doesn’t matter much once you take into account religiosity): Over the past year or so there have been many worries that liberals are backing off from their support for free speech.