Accounting and finance majors were least likely to view socialism favorably.
"America will never be a socialist country," President Donald Trump said during his 2020 re-election kickoff last month.
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders was asked during a Reddit "ask me anything" session how he deals with the negative connotations attached to democratic socialism in America.
"Quite frankly, this boggles my mind," Tomi Lahren said. She argued that it's "a really sad day if it's in fact the truth."
Candace Owens, founder of the "Blexit" movement, said on Fox News host Laura Ingraham's show that welfare "socialized" black communities.
"That is not what this country was founded upon. This is not what we've been successful upon," former Republican Representative Diane Black argued.
Capitalism vs. socialism is a passionate argument—but a dumb one. Here's why.
A Gallup survey of a 1,024 adults found that 43 percent of Americans believe some sort of socialism would be good for the country, compared with 51 percent who said it would be bad.
The Colorado senator called the president's tax losses of more than $1 billion earlier in his career—and the subsequent dodging of taxes—the "best example lately of socialism in this system."
"The Democrat Party is definitely going down the path toward socialism," Ronna McDaniel warned.
McCarthy claimed that health care and college tuition reform risk collapsing the U.S. economy.
Capitalism, said Clinton, has been growing more "predatory" and "free of any kind of check and balance" since the 1960s and 1970s.
"This glass of water would win with a D next to its name in those districts," Pelosi said, seemingly referring to Ocasio-Cortez.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi played down victories such as her own and that of New York Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, saying elections were won elsewhere.
Polls suggest that progressive policies such as the Green New Deal and Medicare-for-all are actually in line with what the majority of American citizens want their elected lawmakers to support.
Vermont Independent Senator Bernie Sanders angered many establishment Democrats and drew rare praise from conservatives over his plans to appear at a Fox News 2020 presidential campaign town hall later this month.
Chinese President Xi Jinping warned in 2013 of "the self-regulating ability of capitalist society" and the West's long-term advantages in the "economic, scientific and military spheres."
"I tried something novel," the Daily Caller reporter responded.
President Donald Trump said that "the twilight hour of socialism has arrived in our hemisphere," but its getting more popular among young adults in the U.S.
"We may not survive even if we win, but we definitely don't if the Republicans lose with Donald Trump," Glenn Beck told Sean Hannity.
"This isn't a joke, this is actually what Democratic presidential candidates are running on in 2020," the Trump Make America Great Again committee wrote in an email to supporters.
Fox & Friends hosts combined two of their favorite targets Sunday, socialism and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, to ridicule her decision to "redistribute" her office's finances to provide staffers livable wages.
"They forgot that he educated their kids, gave their kids health care, totally transformed the society," Bernie Sanders said in the 1985 interview.
Beto O'Rourke wants everyone to know that he's not a socialist.
President Nicolás Maduro mocked the U.S. president's attempt to persuade Venezuela's military to support opposition leader Juan Guaidó and allow humanitarian aid into the country. "Who is the commander of the armed forces—Donald Trump from Miami?" he asked.
Fox News ridiculed Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign announcement Tuesday morning, warning viewers of the danger that comes with having a "legitimate socialist" entering the 2020 race.