From the "this totally flies against stereotype" department. The link to the Gallup study is here. The link to the Vox article, complete with CHARTS, is here: Also important: What do you think? For what's it is worth, I was in a frat, and treasured my experiences from that part of college. Connections gained from my frat also helped advance me professionally, and academically. I learned more leadership and interpersonal relationship skills (which I use every day) in that environment than I did in the classroom...but since my frat wasn't part of the greek system, so I understand my experience may have been atypical (it also didn't have any of the gross anti-women stuff that is common with the US greek system) Does this surprise you? Do you think there is some merit in the greek system, or could any benefits be explained by other factors? Is Gallup full of crap? WHO NEEDS FULFILLMENT AMIRITE BROS?