Poll shows voters have little support for transgenderism for children

September 2, 2023
World Net Daily

This story was originally published by the WND News Center.

There's little support among voters for the transgender ideology that imposes injury on children through chemicals and body-mutilating surgeries, according to a new poll.

According to The Center Square Voters' Voice Poll of 2,500 registered voters, reported by Just the News, nearly six in 10 respondents oppose medical interventions for children under 18.

The report said the poll found just 10% who said "children should have the ability" to seek such "treatments," and another 21% said that would be OK if parents give permission.

"The poll found 62% of men and 54% of women were against gender-changing surgery or puberty blockers for children," Just the News reported.

"What's surprising – for how much you hear about it, how much it is in your face – you look at the public opinion data and there's definitely not a majority who are in support of this," noted Mike Noble, founder of Noble Predictive Insights.

"Six in ten are saying, 'That's a non-starter.'"

Significantly, the poll identified actual support for the life-altering chemicals and surgeries only among those who said they were "a strong Democrat."

Promoting transgenderism, after all, has been one of Joe Biden's main agenda points for his presidency, the other being abortion.

The poll said 22% of that bloc said children should be able to get those procedures, and another 40% approved with parental permission.

"Sixty-four percent of voters who said they had children under the age of 18 said minors should not be having these transgender medical interventions. And 40% of voters said children should be able to have the medical interventions, with 25% of that group saying it needed to come with parental approval," the report said.

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