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Americans Back Florida's "Don't Say Gay" Bill: Golden/TIPP Poll

The recently passed law prohibits the teaching of sexual orientation and gender identity in grades K-3.

Source: Wikimedia commons, Gage Skidmore, Peoria, AZ
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis

Most Americans back Florida’s “Parental Rights in Education Bill.” A plurality also thinks it is inappropriate to call the bill the “Don’t Say Gay” law. These are the key findings from a Golden/TIPP Poll completed last Friday.

The national poll of 1,305 adults asked Americans the following question: "The Governor of Florida signed the "Parental Rights in Education bill," forbidding classroom instruction on sexual orientation and gender identity from kindergarten through third grade. To what extent do you agree or disagree?"

The responses are as follows.

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