Vast Majority Believe Parents Should Be Able To Opt Out Of Objectionable Curriculum, Rejecting Left’s View

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A new survey found that nearly three out of every four Americans believe that parents should be able to opt their kids out of public school subjects they believe are immoral or objectionable.

The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty surveyed 1,000 American adults between September 28 and October 5 as part of its annual Religious Freedom Index, and the results suggest that transgender advocacy in schools is a losing proposition for Democrat politicians — at least if voters are paying attention.

In a consensus that is rare for any political issue, a whopping 74% of respondents agreed that “parents should be able to opt their children out of public school curriculum on gender and sexuality that violates their religious beliefs or that they believe is not age appropriate.”

That’s four percent higher than when the question was posed in 2021, at the height of the education culture war, suggesting that the Left …

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