Cis women of the USA see nothing bad in sharing bathrooms with trans women

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Those who promote bathroom bills say that their goal is protecting women and preventing rapers.
But women have different opinion. Gallup had asked: “In terms of policies governing public restrooms, do you think these policies should [1] Require transgender individuals to use the restroom that corresponds with their birth gender OR [2] Allow transgender individuals to use the restroom that corresponds with their gender identity?” And among women there are much more those who think that trans women should use female bathrooms. 52% of women voted so in comparison to 38% of men. Overall, Gallup noted: “Currently, Americans are split on what public restroom access policies should be – they are about as likely to say transgender individuals should be required to use a bathroom that corresponds to their birth gender (48%) as to say a transgender person should be allowed to use a bathroom that corresponds to their gender identity (45%). Seven percent have no opinion on the issue. There is a slight shift from last year, when Americans were 10 percentage points more likely to say that birth gender should dictate public bathroom use.”

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