The new research provided by the Williams Institute and Ipsos surveyed people in 23 countries about their attitudes, including in the US. And less than 50% of respondents stated that they believe that being transgender is natural. On the subject matter, ‘Belief that Transgender People are a Natural Occurrence by Country’, the poll’s results suggested that many of people are not ready to show support to transgender people and their rights. On the subject matter, ‘Belief that Transgender People are a Natural Occurrence by Country’, the poll’s results suggested many are yet to sign up to trans rights. 20.1% said they strongly agree with the statement, while 24.1% somewhat agreed. However 21.3% strongly disagreed and 16.6% somewhat disagreed. 17.9% answered ‘don’t know’ when asked if being transgender was a natural occurrence. There were positives in the results however. More than three in four believed trans people should be able to change their gender identity on government documents. Meanwhile more Americans believed transgender people should be able to the restroom of their choice, rather than be prescribed by legislators.