FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Our April 2016 asked about the Charlotte Bathroom Ordinance that was overruled by House Bill 2. One question was:
I am going to read you two more viewpoints on this topic and please tell me, which one do you agree with more?
31% (Some/Other) people say the repeal of the Charlotte Bathroom Ordinance is more about discrimination and unfairly targeting lesbian, gay and transgender people.
59% (Other/Some) people say the repeal of the Charlotte Bathroom Ordinance is more about safety and privacy by keeping men out of women’s bathrooms and girls’ locker rooms.
5% Not Sure
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