A plurality of voters in three crucial swing states say transgender people should be allowed to use the public bathroom that matches their gender identity.

According to a Quinnipiac University Swing State Poll released Thursday, a plurality of voters in the swing states of Ohio, Florida and Pennsylvania say transgender people should use the bathroom of their choice.

In Florida and Ohio, 48 percent of respondents said transgender people should have the right to use the public bathroom that matches their gender identity, while 44 percent in Florida and 43 percent in Ohio disagreed.

Voters in Pennsylvania support such a right 49-43 percent.

Majorities of voters in all three states oppose requiring public schools to allow transgender students to access the bathrooms and locker rooms of their choice. Opposition is highest in Ohio (55-36 percent) with Florida (54-37) and Pennsylvania (53-39) trailing close behind.

“The issue of transgender people and the use of public bathrooms finds voters split on exactly what should be done,” said Peter Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll.

“Voters in Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania oppose the federal government order to public schools that they must let transgender students use the bathroom of the gender with which they identify. But they are split roughly evenly on whether these students should be able to use whatever bathroom they choose,” Brown added.

No presidential candidate since 1960 has won the race without taking at least two of these three states.