Poll Shows Most Americans Disagree With Biden’s Trans Sports Order
President Biden’s wave of executive orders when first taking office included a mandate that schools allow boys that identify as girls participate in girls sports, despite the well-documented evidence that such a mandate puts biological females at a competitive disadvantage.
As it turns out, the mandate wasn’t very popular with a majority of the public.
President Biden sparked controversy by signing an executive order mandating that transgender athletes be allowed to compete in girl’s and women’s sports, a move that most Americans oppose.
A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that only 32% of American Adults favor allowing transgender students to participate on the sports teams of the gender they identify with. Fifty-four percent (54%) oppose transgender participation on sports teams of the opposite sex. Fourteen percent (14%) are undecided.
The survey backs up a recent Harvard-Harris poll, which showed 55% of registered voters viewed the policy unfavorably.
The transgender sports policy was tied for most unpopular in the Harvard-Harris poll, with Biden’s policy of reducing deportations for illegal immigrants that have committed crimes coming in at a 55% unfavorable rating.
Biden’s most popular orders were the federal mask mandate, viewed favorably by 78% of voters, and his moratorium on evictions, viewed favorably 73% of voters.
Voters also indicated that despite widespread media coverage and Democratic investigations of the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, more voters viewed the widespread rioting and violence over the summer as more of a concern that the one-time storming of the Capitol building. On the same theme, 71% of voters indicated they viewed antifa as domestic terrorist organization.
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