Uni's left wing bias in the UK (and the US) aren't really a secret anymore, but to what extent is being right wing a hindrance at Uni.
I'm studying Politics at Essex, some of my views are very provocative to liberals (although i can justify them all with facts/reasoning) like a flat rate tax, pro-life even in rape cases, believing being transgender is a mental illness and (reluctantly) supporting Trump over Clinton. I happily listen to liberals and calmly debate them (despite their anger).
How can I get along with fellow students and get good grades from what are normally left wing professors?
...and how to stay positive