A new poll found that Americans overwhelmingly support the language of the Parental Rights in Education bill signed into law by Florida governor Ron DeSantis this week.

Celebrities at the Oscars on Sunday night shrieked about the alleged attack on LGBT rights and Disney executives were caught on tape promising to create more queer content for children in response to the so-called "Don't Say Gay" bill.

A poll conducted by Public Opinion Strategies indicates that these woke institutions are wholly out of step with the concerns of normal Americans. When registered voters were shown the actual language...

A new poll found that Americans overwhelmingly support the language of the Parental Rights in Education bill signed into law by Florida governor Ron DeSantis this week.

Celebrities at the Oscars on Sunday night shrieked about the alleged attack on LGBT rights and Disney executives were caught on tape promising to create more queer content for children in response to the so-called “Don’t Say Gay” bill.

A poll conducted by Public Opinion Strategies indicates that these woke institutions are wholly out of step with the concerns of normal Americans. When registered voters were shown the actual language of the bill, which prohibits age or developmentally inappropriate sexual education in pre-K through third grade, they supported it by more than a two-to-one margin.

Overall, 61 percent of voters supported the text of the bill. Just 26 percent were opposed.

Among parents, support was even higher: 67 percent. Shockingly, support for the bill’s text even cut across party lines, with 55 percent of Democrats supporting it versus 29 percent opposing.

And 67 percent of voters also said that it is inappropriate to discuss the concept of “gender identity” with children in kindergarten through third grade, including a plurality of Democrats.

This new poll confirms the importance of accurately describing things to voters. An ABC poll conducted earlier this month, which described the contents of the bill more generally rather than quoting it directly, found that 62 percent of Americans opposed the legislation.

The media largely adopted a Democratic moniker, “Don’t Say Gay”, to describe the bill in its reporting without properly explaining to readers what it would actually do. This has left the false impression that the bill would ban the word “gay” in classrooms or prevent students who have gay parents from talking about their families.

DeSantis welcomed the criticism from Hollywood when he signed the bill on Monday. “If people who held up degenerates like Harvey Weinstein as exemplars and as heroes and all that — if those are the types of people that are opposing us on parents’ rights, I wear that like a badge of honor,” the governor said.