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Majority of Brits totally oppose Tennessee-style drag ban, survey finds

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The vast majority of Brits would oppose a drag ban similar to the one soon to be implemented in Tennessee, a new survey has found.

More in Common, the group that conducted the polling, asked 2,018 respondents in the UK: “Several states in the United States have proposed legislation to ban public ‘Drag Shows’, a form of entertainment which involves performers impersonating men or women.

Would you support such a ban in the United Kingdom?” Those surveyed supported a range of the country’s political parties and their ages varied from Gen Z to the Silent Gen.

Across all of the groups, more than two-thirds (62 per cent) said they would not support a ban on drag performances. Just 20 per cent said they would support a ban, while a further 19 per cent were unsure. READ MORE: Tennessee bans public drag shows and gender-affirming care for children Those who supported the Green Party and SNP were the most likely to oppose a ban on drag (74 per cent each), while Conservatives were most likely to support one (24 per cent).

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