The poll, conducted by the New York Times and Siena College for the outlet, polled 1,399 registered US voters between September 6 and 14 on a number of topics, ranging from gun legislation to the southern border and more.
The poll asked voters: "Do you support or oppose allowing public school teachers to provide classroom instruction on sexual orientation and gender identity to children in elementary school (grades 1 to 5)?"
The poll found that a vast majority of Americans "strongly oppose" this action, with 58 percent responding as such. An additional 12 percent said they somewhat oppose the teachings, bringing the total number of those who oppose to 70 percent.
14 percent of Americans said that they somewhat oppose teaching the subjects to young students, will 13 percent said they strongly support the teachings.
Split by age groups, younger voters between the ages of 18 and 29 were more likely to support the teachings, with a total of 49 percent either strongly or somewhat supporting the action.
Notably, 43 percent of this age group strongly opposed the action as well.
A majority of age groups overall strongly opposed the teachings, with 54 percent of people ages 30-44, 63 percent of those ages 45-64, and 62 percent of people 65 and up responding as such.
Split by race, 64 percent of white poll takers, 26 percent of black poll takers, and 46 percent of Hispanic poll takers strongly opposed the teachings. Looking at race when combined with education level though, 47 percent of white college graduates strongly opposed, while a whopping 74 percent of white non-college graduates opposed.
When looking at regional areas within the US, voters within the Northeast, the region that leans the hardest left, had the lowest amount of people strongly opposing the teachings, at 48 percent. The west was next, with 53 percent, followed by the south, with 60 percent, and the midwest, with 68 percent.
The poll also found that a majority of independents strongly opposed the teachings to young children, with 57 percent responding as such. 95 percent of Republicans strongly opposed the action, while democrats were more evenly spread across the four options.
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