The results of a global poll on gender identity indicate that the majority of people believe there are no more than two genders.
The poll, which was open to people from all around the world, was conducted by an international research team. A total of 14 people voted, with Europeans making up the largest portion at five votes.
In the European vote, 40% said yes, there are more than two genders, while 60% said no. Among Asians, 44.4% voted yes, while 55.6% said no.
When taking into account all the votes, 42.9% of respondents said yes, there are more than two genders, while 57.1% said no.
Africans, South Americans, and Oceanians did not vote in the poll. It is unclear why they did not participate, but their exclusion may have impacted the results.
The results of the poll indicate that a majority of people believe there are no more than two genders. It is important, however, to bear in mind that this poll did not necessarily reflect the views of all people all around the world.