For all these questions, younger people and Democrats were once again more likely to support trans people and their rights.
It's hard to draw sweeping conclusions from the findings.
Although US voters were more likely to say they hold unfavorable views toward trans people compared with other groups, a plurality said they support laws that shield trans people from discrimination based on their gender identity.
This coincides with other surveys that find support for nondiscrimination protections for LGBTQ people.
For one, a significant percentage of voters, ranging from about one in 10 to one in five, answered these policy questions with "don't know" or "no opinion." And these are still the early days of a conversation that's new to many Americans, so public opinion is likely to change over time.