The British public should be “educated” on the benefits of promoting LGBT lessons to young children, pollsters have said, after it emerged that 40 per cent of people disagree with new LGBT teaching policy.
Research company Kantar expressed dismay over the figure after a survey showed that while more than nine people in ten (91 per cent) said they were accepting of homosexual and bisexual people, just four in ten (38 per cent) believed that LGBT lifestyles should be promoted to six-year-olds.
It also revealed that 40 per cent of Britons thought it was “inappropriate” to teach six-year-olds about transgenderism.
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Craig Watkins, British chief executive of Kantar’s public division, said the figures show Britain has “come a long way” but that “social progress is not guaranteed”.