The country is split over the trans community should be allowed to using public restrooms under their assigned gender.
According to the CBS News/New York Times poll, 46% believe transgender people should be required to use the bathroom corresponding with their birth gender. However 41% thinks they should use the restroom with the gender they identify.
The results are largely split along lines of party, ideology, region, and gender.
While 65 percent of Republicans said transgender people should use the bathroom of their gender at birth, 60 percent of Democrats said the opposite. And 49 percent of independents said transgender people should use the bathrooms corresponding with their birth identity, compared to 38 percent who said they should go to the facility with the gender with which they currently identify.