According to a new Gallup poll, the majority of Americans believe that altering someone’s gender, is not only illegal, but also morally wrong:
Gallup’s most recent gender identity data find 0.6% of U.S. adults identify as transgender; that is, the gender with which they identify is different from the one they were assigned at birth. Changing one’s gender identity is sharply contentious among Americans, who are slightly more likely to say it is morally wrong (51%) than morally acceptable (46%).
In a chart given by Gallup, the Demographic breakdown is as follows:
When it comes to age, the majority of the younger generation believes it is acceptable to change genders, and this percentage falls as age grows. The majority of persons over the age of 50 believe that changing genders is morally unacceptable. Even though I’m not yet 50, I’m in the majority.
Of course, there’s also the political dynamic, in which liberals overwhelmingly support this push to promote gender dysphoria and sex changes while conservatives are on the opposite end of the spectrum. And, predictably, the so-called “moderates” are dead even.
Quite the disconnect between the overwhelming media narrative pushed and sentiment on the ground.
Gallup – 51% say changing gender is morally wrong: https://t.co/o2RTsL8eZ1
— Joe Concha (@JoeConchaTV) June 11, 2021
He is correct. The media would have us believe that the entire country approves of gender transitions. But that isn’t the case, according to the results of this poll. Even if it’s a small majority – which says a lot about our country’s moral situation – it’s still a majority, and the media should reflect it accurately. But we all know that accuracy isn’t as important to them as pushing a Democrat agenda.