Would you support a law that prohibits a biologically male transgender person from participating in women's sports? Actually, scratch that — do you think the majority of Canadians would support such a law?
Well, we hired Leger, the largest Canadian-owned market research company, to ask Canadians that very question.
The discussion on whether or not biological males should compete in women’s sports if they identify as transgender has been widely publicized across the U.S.
In his first day in office, President Joe Biden signed an executive order titled “Preventing and Combating Discrimination on the Basis of Gender Identity or Sexual Orientation.” It supports transgender people having full reign when it comes to competing in women’s sports. On the flip side, we now see that some states, like Mississippi, are barring biological males who identify as transgender women from playing in women’s sports.
But what about Canadians — where do they stand?
Well, it’s a good question, and one the mainstream media would never dare to ask. Imagine if they had to publish that Canadians do support such laws.
That’s why we at Rebel News paid the national pollster Leger over $1,300 to conduct a current poll about this controversial topic, so we can give you the honest outcome of it, no matter what that may be.
If you think these findings are important please donate what you can to help us recoup the cost of commissioning this study, and to help us bring you answers to the questions that won’t be asked by mainstream media. After all, we don’t get paid millions from the government just to ask questions that would put a smile on Trudeau’s face.
If you can chip in to help fund our polls, we would appreciate it.