There was a seemingly statistically significant gender gap in the results, though both men and women mostly voted “okay” (men 67 percent-24 percent, women 52 percent-33 percent, margin of error +/-5.5 percent).
There was a smaller and likely statistically insignificant politics gap among whites (white Republicans 74 percent-16 percent, white Democrat 66 percent-25 percent, margin of error +/-6 percent).
There was, however, a larger and seemingly statistically significant difference between whites and non-whites (counting Hispanics as non-white), with whites saying okay 70 percent-20 percent, and non-whites 37 percent-48 percent (margin of error +/-4.7 percent for whites, +/-8 percent for non-whites). Among Democrats, there was also a substantial and likely statistically significant racial gap, with white Democrats saying okay 66 percent-25 percent and non-white Democrats at 39 percent-49 percent. (All the party numbers include people who say they “lean” towards that party as well as those who affiliate themselves with it more categorically.)