Who would have thunk it: the Florida Bill is popular with voters! We already knew it would be with parents. Parents do not want teachers talking to their kindergarteners about sexual orientation, or worse yet, sexual positions. That is their jobs as the parents- to be caretakers and guardians. To allow teachers to have this discussion with young children is to open up innocent children to the predations of groomers. In America, we protect our kids. We do not leave our kids to people who might not be looking out for their best interest. The family is the nucleus of society, not the school system.
Contrary to what the liberal establishment thinks, the vast majority of Americans do not lend their support to the Left’s utterly radical social agenda. The Democrats are out of step with their base even, per the most recent polling. The Left has tried their hardest to hide their social agenda — acting as though they do not favor CRT or slandering Flordia’s bill as a “Don’t Say Gay” bill. As we have reported, this is a bald-faced lie.
Rasmussen, a very accurate pollster, has recently put out a new poll on the general approval of the Florida bill. And the results are surprising. Americans support the bill by and large. The participants were asked to access this accurate summary of the Bill:
“Classroom instruction by school personnel or third parties on sexual orientation or gender identity 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.”
This is what the bill effectively states. And Americans are for it. As Rasmussen states:
“The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 62% of Likely U.S. Voters would support a law like Florida’s Parental Rights in Education bill in their own state, including 45% who Strongly Support the measure. Twenty-nine percent (29%) would oppose a similar law in their own state, including 19% who Strongly Oppose it.”
62 percent indicates hearty support for the measure. That support extended to a follow-up question: whether voters would support a similar bill in their state? The results are also strong:
“Among voters who have Very Closely followed news about the Florida law, 69% would support a similar law in their own state, while 28% would oppose such a law.
Majorities of every racial category – 63% of whites, 61% of Black voters and 64% of other minorities – would support a law similar to Florida’s Parental Rights in Education bill in their own state.”
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These results are impressive. Hopefully, they indicate the thoughts and feelings of most Americans heading into 2022. The Midterms could go very well for the Republicans if voters are paying attention to who is working for the people and who is not.