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Where It’s Most & Least Common To Be LGBT+

Where It’s Most & Least Common To Be LGBT+

According to a survey of adults from 43 countries, around 7% of adults identify as LGBT+, Statista reports.

Broken down by country, The United States, Philippines and Israel had the highest percentage – around 11% each. In close second were Thailand and Canada at around 10% of adults. Sweden Brazil and Australia clocked in at 9%.

Broken down by sexual orientation in the US, 3% identified as gay, 6% bisexual, and 1% pansexual. No word on all the other acronyms.

The least gay countries were South Korea and Romania at about 3% of adults identifying as LGBT+.

By age group in the US, 20% of Gen Z self-identified as part of the LGBT+ community vs. 11% of millennials, 6% of GenX and 5% of Baby Boomers.

The survey was conducted online between April 2023 and March 2024 by Statista Consumer Insights.


Mon, 05/20/2024 – 02:45

Source: ZeroHedge


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