Bipartisan Majorities Support Florida Parental Rights Law 

New polling shows an American majority supports the Florida law that was recently passed to protect parental rights in the education system. 

A recent national survey conducted by Public Opinion Strategies has revealed that voters in both political parties strongly support Florida’s so-called “Don’t say gay” bill, when presented with accurate wording of the bill.  

The survey has indicated that 70 percent of Republicans and 55 percent of Democrats support the bill, with only 23 percent of Republicans opposing the bill along with 29 percent of Democrats. Overall, 61 percent of voters favor the Florida bill. 

According to this research, 61 percent of voters know someone LGBT that would support the new law. Additionally, 53 percent of Biden voters, 67 percent of parents, and 60 percent of suburban voters support the recent Florida law. 

For example, more than two-thirds of voters do not want teachers discussing gender identity with students in kindergarten through third grade.  

By more than a 2:1 margin, voters have acknowledged that transgender athletes should compete on the team that is their birth gender. 

Also, less than 10 percent of Americans want gender removed from a child’s birth certificate.