Black voters far more likely than white voters to reject idea of more than two genders, poll finds
62% of Black U.S. voters said there are only two genders, biological male and females, compared to 49% of whites and 51% of Hispanics
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Black voters far more likely than white voters to reject idea that there are more than two genders, according to a new Just the News Daily Poll with Scott Rasmussen.
The poll found 62% of Black U.S. voters said there are only two genders, biological male and females, while 49% of whites and 51% of Hispanics said the same. Thirty percent of black voters said there were "other gender identities," compared to 44% of whites and 39% of Hispanics.
Among U.S. voters overall, and of all races, just 51% believe there are only two genders while 41% believe there are other gender identities.
"This is a pretty significant measure of a massive cultural shift," Rasmussen said. "As on many other questions, there is a significant gap between voters under 45 and their elders. A majority of older voters believe there are just two genders. Younger voters are evenly divided."
Just the News Daily Poll respondents were asked “Do you believe there are only two genders--biological males and females? Or, are there other gender identities?" They responded as below:
- 51% There are only two genders
- 41% There are other gender identities
- 8% Not Sure
The national survey of 1,200 registered voters was conducted June 18-20, 2020 by Rasmussen, a polling veteran. Margin of sampling error: +/- 2.8% for full sample.
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