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.

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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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