調查指大部份美國人反對店舖拒絕向某些人提供服務

Americans overwhelming reject the notion that small business owners should be allowed to refuse to provide services or goods to individuals because they are gay or lesbian, atheist, Jewish or black, even if doing so would violate the owners’ religious beliefs. Fewer than 1-in-5 Americans say that small business owners should be able to refuse services on religious grounds to individuals who happen to be gay or lesbian (16%), compared to 80% who say they should not be able to do this. Similarly, few Americans support religiously-grounded business service refusals to people who are atheist (15%), Jewish (12%), or black (10%).

White evangelical Protestants are somewhat more likely than Americans overall to say that small business owners ought to be able to refuse service to gay and lesbian people (26%) and atheists (21%), but they are not more likely to say the same about people who are Jewish (12%) or black (8%).

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