As with anything the Left, and therefore the media and the teachers’ unions, supports, you’d walk away from CNN or MSNBC or NPR thinking that Florida’s Parental Rights in Education bill was massively unpopular. As we reported, even U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy posted a Twitter thread blasting “Florida’s recent law restricting discussion about gender identity in school” — never mentioning that those restrictions applied to teacher- or staff-led discussions in kindergarten through third grade.

A new Morning Consult/Politico poll, though, shows that most Americans asked if they supported banning the teaching of sexual orientation and gender identity from kindergarten through third grade said yes, they did support it. Thirty-seven percent strongly supported the ban, while 23 percent strongly opposed it.

The poll mentioned that “some say that limiting these discussions will protect children from inappropriate classroom topics, while others say it will block important conversations about LGBTQ issues.” Kudos to the pollsters for making the age range clear.

No, it specifically is about teaching this stuff.

A poll by The Daily Wire showed similar results.