"Results from the largest survey of transgender people in the United States were released Wednesday, revealing key insights into their lives and experiences at a time when trans rights have increasingly come under attack.
The 2022 US Transgender Survey Early Insights report, conducted by the National Center for Transgender Equality, polled an 'unprecedented' 92,329 binary and nonbinary transgender people ages 16 and older living in the US, its territories or military bases, according to the report.
Respondents were surveyed on issues including their family life, health care, employment, education, housing and public accommodation. While many transgender people surveyed who have transitioned said they were satisfied with their lives, the report also noted transgender people continue to face disparities and discrimination across the country."
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