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Two new polls have revealed that the majority of Americans believe that doctors and pharmaceutical companies should be able to be held legally liable for potential harmful side effects that arise from minors taking puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones, and are concerned about efforts “to expose children to the transgender movement.”
In one poll, conducted by McLaughlin and Associates in partnership with Summit.org, 71 percent of respondents said that they believe “pharmaceutical companies and doctors who promote puberty blockers and cross sex hormones for underage children seeking gender transition should be legally liable for any harmful side effects that arise.” 29 percent said they shouldn’t be held liable.
Split by different demographics, respondents across the board agreed that these doctors and companies should be held liable for harm.
72 percent of Republicans said these doctors and companies should be held liable, compared to 59 percent of independents and 45 percent of Democrats. 35 percent of democrats disagreed that they should be held legally liable.
Those over the age of 55 were more likely by a slim margin to say that doctors and companies should be held liable than those under the age of 55, at 63 to 56 percent.
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