UNH Poll: Granite Staters Split on Parental Bill of Rights; Housing Biggest Problem

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Gov. Chris Sununu is pictured speaking with reporters recently at the State House.


DURHAM, NH – New Hampshire residents are divided in supporting proposed “Parental Bill of Rights” legislation. However, most Granite Staters agree with some rights included in the legislation, including the right for parents to consent to all medical treatments for their child, inspection of educational materials, and to know if their child identifies as a different name or gender at school. A slim plurality oppose a separate proposal to ban gender-affirmative care for minors in the state. One-third of Granite Staters say that housing is the most important problem facing the state, an all-time high. Chris Sununu is still viewed positively as governor.

These findings are based on the latest Granite State Poll, conducted by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center. Nine hundred forty-three (943) Granite State Panel members completed the survey online between March 16 and March 20, 2023. The margin of sampling error for the survey is +/- 3.2 percent.

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