Two-Thirds Say ‘No’ to THIS!

( – In a blow to the ideology of transgenderism and the leftist agenda, a new study reveals that a substantial segment of American adults oppose the participation of transgender individuals in women’s sports, aligning biological females against transgender competitors.

The poll conducted by NORC at the University of Chicago (previously known as the National Opinion Research Center) shows significant resistance, with a majority indicating that transgender persons should “never” or “only in rare cases” compete against “cisgender” women, reports The New York Post, cited by The College Fix.

This sentiment is consistent across categories, affecting biological males of all ages.

Intriguingly, even with acknowledged physical advantages for transgender “females” in athletic competitions, more than half of the respondents also believe that transgender “males” should seldom, if ever, compete against biological males.

Additionally, the poll suggests that about half of the younger demographic, those aged 18-29, might be swayed by popular culture to adopt an LGBTQ+ identity.

On a broader scale, the survey reflects a general acceptance of the LGBTQ+ community, with an overwhelming majority supporting anti-discrimination legislation for gay and lesbian citizens, with similar support extended to bisexual and transgender/non-binary individuals.

The survey also found that concerning “sexual relations between two adults of the same sex,” nearly three-quarters of respondents consider it to be “not an issue or sometimes wrong.”

A notable 80 percent either “approve of” or “are alright with” same-sex relationships, though they personally do not pursue them.

Strong majorities would not be influenced in their political choices by the sexual orientation or gender identity of a candidate, stating it would “not make a difference” if a capable gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, or non-binary individual was nominated by their preferred political party for Congress.

Likewise, most Americans feel that the government allocates “too much or about the right amount” of attention to issues concerning gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and non-binary individuals.

The emergence of a gay or lesbian child is seen as a non-issue or minor concern by almost two-thirds of those surveyed.

When a student identifies as transgender or non-binary, 54 percent believe schools should “not tell the parents except in rare circumstances” or avoid informing the parents altogether.

As reported by The College Fix, several conservative entities such as the Independent Women’s Forum and Parents Defending Education have initiated a legal challenge against President Biden’s recent reinterpretation of Title IX, arguing that the changes infringe upon students’ First Amendment rights by forcing them to acknowledge classmates’ “gender identity” and penalizing dissenting viewpoints.

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