Many Americans still believe that gender is binary.
Small but growing number of Americans favor allowing religiously based service refusals to Atheists, Muslims, Jews, and African Americans.
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Americans Agree on Ramifications of a Census Citizenship Question
Approximately three-quarters (76%) of Americans say it is at least somewhat likely that the census will not get an accurate count because some people will be worried about answering this question.
Americans are embracing trans-rights.
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How Americans Feel About DREAM, the Wall, and Family Separation
Stark partisan divides remain on many immigration issues.
In recent years, the debate between socialism and capitalism in America has been at the forefront of popular discussion
Majority also oppose religion-based refusals to serve gay and lesbian people.
Americans remain widely supportive of broad nondiscrimination protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people.
New PRRI survey shows nearly seven in 10 Americans support making nondiscrimination laws LGBT-inclusive, including majorities in all 50 states.
A majority of Americans support LGBT rights.
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