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Survey: More Americans Know a Trans Person, Yet Acceptance Unchanged

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Pew Research report, released Tuesday. Twenty-six percent said they’re acquainted with a person who prefers gender-neutral pronouns, such as “they,” up from 18 percent when the question was last asked in 2018.But the dial hasn’t moved on acceptance.

Fifty-six percent of respondents said a person’s gender is what they were assigned when born, while 41 percent said gender can differ from the sex assigned at birth.

Those percentages “are roughly unchanged since 2017,” the report says.“Half of Americans say they would feel very or somewhat comfortable using a gender-neutral pronoun to refer to someone if they were asked to do so, while 48% say they would feel very or somewhat uncomfortable doing so,” Pew adds.

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