One caveat to these findings: This only gauges what people are willing to admit.

It's possible that some respondents who said they have a positive view of some groups are lying about their biases, or even hold subconscious biases.

How comfortable are you allowing the child to use the girl's bathroom?

First, it asked, "Imagine the following situation: A student at an elementary school identifies as a girl, but has male genitals.

The child, who has identified as a girl since she can remember, thinks she should be allowed to use the girl's bathroom at her school.

Generally, younger people and Democrats were more likely to report a favorable view of minority groups, including gay, lesbian, and trans people.

But they were less likely to report a favorable view of NRA members.

The interviews were conducted using large, established online survey vendors and were weighted to approximate a target sample of registered voters based on age, race/ethnicity, gender, educational attainment, region, annual household income, home ownership status, and marital status.

Results from the full survey have a margin of error of /- 2 percentage points.

But when it comes to bathrooms, respondents were much more divided.

The Vox/Morning Consult poll gauged support for trans people using the bathroom for their gender identity in two ways.

Plus, the available evidence does not consistently support the conclusion that Americans favor laws or policies allowing open access to bathrooms based on an individual's claimed gender identity.

Morning Consult polled 2,000 registered voters between May 18 and May 19.

The poll also asked, "Should schools and other public facilities that receive taxpayer funding be required to allow students to use the bathroom that best fits their self-described gender, or not?