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In 2018, the General Social Survey asked some respondents for their sex assigned at birth and current gender identity, in addition to the ongoing practice of having survey interviewers code respondent sex. Between 0.44% and 0.93% of the respondents who were surveyed either identified as transgender, identified with a gender that does not conventionally correspond to the sex they were assigned at birth, or identified the sex they were assigned at birth inconsistently with the interviewer'sdoi:10.31235/osf.io/pbqfe fatcat:wuh2woxidjevjfzz62map3hcs4