The Vibe from Social Media. Fresh Daily.

Report Card on College: GOP a D, Dems a B and Social a C

Follow this vibe using Facebook
from on
xxx% positive yyyyyy opinions

Enter topics to compare.

To look for topics that are discussed together, separate by commas.
e.g. ford, mustang, tires

Main topic(s):
Compare with:


Select the time period for this vibe

All time periods end with today's opinion. The trend view must be at least 3 days.

90 days
45 days
30 days
14 days
7 days
3 days

Take this opinion and...
Like it
Send it
Share it
Short URL:

Put the Internet's Opinion on your site.

Copy the embed code to the clipboard and paste into your blog or web site.

Use live data.
The widget will update to the current date each time it's viewed
Lock to today's date.
The widget will always display as you see it today

By copying this code, I agree to the 30dB, Inc. terms and conditions

Report Card on College: GOP a D, Dems a B and Social a C research shows that when social media discusses College, people used these words: , all fun, the cost of, impressive, training, best, a unique opportunity, great, not readily, would want, support, win, against, theres no, miss, success, joined, late, good, is expensive, in love with, a scam, acceptance, cut, drunk, to help, a good, better, to lose, leading, worst, i miss, partnering, excited, providing, everything i wanted, learned, questions, highest, crumbled, kinder. Based on our research, see the crowd's opinion and sentiment on College . The data was collected from samples of comments made on the Internet through 07/10/2017. You can intereact with the polling data and see actual excerpts of opinions we've gathered.Use the search box to enter topics, terms, and/or names to see the latest trends and opinion polls on news, sports, politics, entertainment, celebrities, hashtags, products, electronics and more. Opinion polls are updated several times every day on every topic.

Sentiment terms and topics that are combined with Collegemore
Add your opinion on College:
Your Email: 
Your Opinion:

Follow this as it updates: We'll email you when there's a change in the vibe!
Your Name:
Your Email: 
In the latest sign that no one can agree on anything except that nothing can be agreed upon, Republicans have apparently turned on the idea of college. A new Pew Research poll indicates that while 55 percent of Americans still believe higher education institutions have a positive effect, only 36 percent of Republicans feel that way. That’s compared with 58 percent of right-leaning respondents who feel colleges are having a negative effect (six percent responded they didn’t know). Less than two years ago, when Pew posed the same question, those numbers were nearly reversed—54 percent of Republicans supported the idea of college, compared with 37 percent who had a negative view. As Salon aptly puts it, other polling data reveals “the Wall Street banks are more popular with Republican voters than Stanford, Harvard or the University of Akron.” For now, Democrats are still on board, with a 72/19 split. On Social, the word “college” elicits a 58 percent positive score over the last 30 days. Some of the negative sentiment has to do with the high cost of universities. 

A Sampling of Opinions
A Sampling of Opinions
More Opinions