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Economic Angst, Rose-Colored Views on Race: A Survey of Presidents

The survey asked campus leaders a broad set of questions about the topic — and the answers suggest that presidents are unsure about just how big a problem they have and the viability of potential solutions to it. Start with a basic premise put before the chief executives: “Sexual assault is prevalent at U.S. colleges and universities.” Thirty-two percent agree, 26 percent disagree — and 42 percent are right in the middle.