68% Oppose Public Schools Introducing Subjects of Sexual Orientation Without the Authorization of Parents

A new national poll for the American Majority Project shows that 68 percent of American voters oppose public schools introducing subjects of sexual orientation without the prior approval of the students’ parents. This includes 86 percent of Republicans, 50 percent of Democrats, and 70 percent of Democrats. 57% strongly disagree, and 12% somewhat disagree. Majorities of Whites (72%), African-Americans (54%), and Hispanics (62%) disagree as well as majorities of Men (66%) and Women (71%). This polling comes after the recent …

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71% of Voters Oppose Gender Reassignment Treatment For Minors

New polling for the American Majority Project conducted by McLaughlin and Associates shows that a large majority of Americans support the basis for new laws limiting the availability of gender reassignment treatments for minors. The poll indicated that 71 percent of Americans oppose gender reassignment treatments such as puberty blockers and irreversible surgeries being made for those under the age of eighteen. 57 percent strongly disagree, and 14 percent somewhat disagree. Those opposing include 55 percent of Democrats, 71 percent …

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Americans Want Greater Healthcare Transparency  

Americans are often left in the dark when it comes to the cost of health care services and treatments. This lack of transparency leads to extreme price variation and leaves consumers surprised when bills arrive.  A recent Rasmussen Poll has revealed a strong American majority favor increasing healthcare transparency. In a survey of 1,200 registered voters, 77 percent said that “requiring healthcare providers to disclose all costs before providing services would make our healthcare system better.”   The survey also found …

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The Economy is the Most Important Issue in the 2022 Midterm Elections 

A recent Trafalgar Group survey has revealed that the economy is the most important issue to voters when it comes to the 2022 midterm elections.   Of the 1,080 likely general election voters surveyed, 38.5 percent concluded that “lowering inflation and fixing the economy” is their main concern. Other issues addressed were climate change (15.9 percent), social equality (11.3 percent), and securing American borders (11 percent).   President Joe Biden is continuing to struggle to find a resolution to economic issues resulting …

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