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Poll: Over 60 Percent of Americans Oppose ‘Don’t Say Gay’ Bills

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The ABC News/Ipsos poll discovered that 62 percent of Americans oppose this legislation and 37 percent of Americans support it.Results from the poll showed “a lopsided disapproval” for similar proposed laws such as the one that passed Florida’s legislature last week, ABC News reports.

That bill is waiting for Republican Gov. Rob DeSantis to sign it into law. He’s already expressed support for the legislation.Republicans were more likely to support the legislation at 61 percent, while 20 percent of Democrats and 35 percent of Independents supported it.The poll found support for “don’t say gay” bills rose with age, according to the study, but there wasn’t majority support in any age group — 43 percent of those 65 and older said they supported them, but only around a third support them who are under 50.Poll respondents who were LGBTQ+ said they opposed the legislation at 87 percent.

For those who do not identify as LGBTQ+, 59 percent of people said they opposed it.The legislation in Florida states that classroom lessons “may not occur in kindergarten through grade 3 or in a manner that is not age-appropriate or developmentally appropriate for students in accordance with state standards.”If DeSantis signs the bill it would go into effect on July 1.LGBTQ+ advocates say the bill will harm LGBTQ+ youth and erase queer representation and history.

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