Responding to the Trump administrations decision to lift protections for LGBT students, who had previously been allowed to use public-school bathrooms and locker rooms of their choice, Representatives Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R, FL-27) and Carlos Curbelo (R, FL-26) spoke out against the… Read more »
After a five year effort, Jacksonville City Council voted in a bipartisan majority to add the LGBT community to the city’s human rights ordinance. The amendment extends existing prohibitions against discrimination based on race, religion, ethnicity or gender to include sexual… Read more »
The Arizona Republic published an editorial encouraging the state to follow President Trump’s lead and pass protections for LGBT Arizonans. Following President Trump’s announcement that he would keep in place protections for LGBT Americans in the workplace, the editorial says… Read more »
Project Right Side has a unique and voluminous dataset on Americans' attitudes towards marriage equality. Over the last year, we've surveyed 16,000 voters on the freedom to marry.
The December 2016 study revealed that a majority of Georgia voters are in favor of legal measures and a battery of messaging that support LGBT nondiscrimination in the areas of employment, housing and public accommodations. Further, Georgians are more likely to vote for a candidate who supports a state based nondiscrimination law. Polling Memo
A new poll from PRRI found a majority of Americans oppose Transgender Bathroom Restrictions. Key findings from the poll include:
A new national survey conducted for Project Right Side shows strong bipartisan support for federal legislation to protect LGBT Americans from discrimination in housing, employment, and public accommodations. The poll by Just Win Research shows 75% of Americans support LGBT inclusive non-discrimination protections, including 57% support among GOP voters. The survey also shows 80% of registered voters believe it’s already against federal law to discriminate against LGBT Americans. 64% of respondents are more likely to support a candidate who favors non-discrimination laws. The July 2016 survey of more than 1,000 registered voters also shows strong majorities supporting the freedom to marry and the ability of openly LGBT Americans to serve in the US military. | National Polling Memo | National Polling Topline