71% of Voters Oppose Gender Reassignment Treatment For Minors

New polling for the American Majority Project conducted by McLaughlin and Associates shows that a large majority of Americans support the basis for new laws limiting the availability of gender reassignment treatments for minors.

The poll indicated that 71 percent of Americans oppose gender reassignment treatments such as puberty blockers and irreversible surgeries being made for those under the age of eighteen. 57 percent strongly disagree, and 14 percent somewhat disagree.

Those opposing include 55 percent of Democrats, 71 percent of Independents, and 87 percent of Republicans. Majorities of various ethnic and racial groups are not in favor of gender reassignment treatment for minors as well. Sixty percent of Blacks, 63 percent of Hispanics, and 74 percent of Whites oppose it. 10 percent did not respond.

The poll of 1000 likely voters was conducted from April 20-26, 2022.