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Polls and surveys about the trans community

Polls and surveys have been conducted to gauge public opinion on transgender rights. According to a 2022 poll by NPR/Ipsos, most Americans favor protecting transgender individuals from discrimination, but fewer support policies related to medical care for gender transitions. However, there is a stark partisan split on laws that prevent transgender youth from accessing medical care for gender transition. A 2021 PBS NewsHour/NPR/Marist poll found that two-thirds of Americans are against laws that would limit transgender rights. These polls highlight the complex and often divisive nature of public opinion on transgender issues and the need for ongoing dialogue and education on the subject.

Attitudes toward transgender people in society have also been studied through polls and surveys. A majority of adults believe that a person's gender is set from birth and would limit the rights of transgender children. However, a majority of Americans support transgender military service and believe that birth gender, rather than gender identity, should not govern one's ability to serve. These findings suggest a lack of understanding and acceptance of transgender individuals in society, highlighting the need for increased education and advocacy efforts.

To further engage in polls and discussions about transgender issues, individuals can visit en.referendum.social. This platform provides a space for individuals to share their opinions and participate in surveys related to the trans community. By actively engaging in these conversations, individuals can contribute to a more informed and inclusive society.