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A backfire on his potty policy which will come as a shock to Obama

While many support the policy, most also think Washington should butt out of bathrooms

President Obama's transgender mandate to public schools isn't very popular with Americans, but that might be the least of his concerns according to a new poll.

A new poll released by Rasmussen Reports probably has given President Obama a few headaches already.

The poll looked at Americans' views on his administration's recent transgender mandate, and predictably, a majority are opposed to it. But, it's not just the general opposition to opposite-sex bathroom and locker room use that should get his attention.

Speaking of that opposition, 51 percent of those polled oppose allowing transgender students to use opposite-sex bathrooms, while 33 percent said they supported the decision. Meanwhile, 16 percent said they were undecided.

Surprisingly, opposition to transgender use of opposite-sex bathrooms has fallen off since the last time Rasmussen polled on the issue:

This compares with 64% who were opposed last November to a U.S. Education Department directive allowing transgender people to use the bathrooms and locker rooms of the opposite sex. Just 21% were in favor, while 16% were undecided.

This article continues at [Charisma News] President Obama Probably Didn't Like the Results of This New Poll

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