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Gallup estimates that 7.2% of the U.S. adult population is lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or something other than heterosexual.
Whether reflecting the remnants of the pandemic or the difficulty of inflation, Americans remain sour about the state of the union.
Married or cohabiting U.S. adults in LGBQ+ relationships face greater stress than those in heterosexual relationships, implying different pandemic responses.
Where does the public stand on abortion, critical race theory and gender identity issues?
LGBT employees who don't feel seen, heard or valued are less likely to strive for high performance or see a future in their current organization.
Half of the world's adults (50%) now say their city or area is a "good place" for gay and lesbian people to live -- a figure that has doubled over the past decade and represents a new high in Gallup World Poll's trend dating back to 2005.
Birth control and divorce remain the most morally acceptable of 19 issues measured, and extramarital affairs and cloning humans the most morally wrong.
LGBT identification has increased significantly among Black, White and Hispanic adults in the U.S. since 2012.
Seventy-one percent of Americans say they support legal same-sex marriage, a new high in Gallup's trend.
Gallup estimates that 7.2% of the U.S. adult population is lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender.
The percentage of U.S. adults who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender has increased to 7.1%. This is driven by high LGBT self-identification, particularly as bisexual, among Generation Z adults.
Gallup finds that 10% of LGBT adults in the U.S. are married to a same-sex spouse, and another 6% live with a same-sex partner.
U.S. support for legal same-sex marriage continues to grow, now at 70% -- a new high in Gallup's trend dating to 1996.
While Americans support transgender military service, a majority believe birth gender, rather than gender identity, should govern participation in sports.
A majority of Americans support the concept behind the Equality Act, a bill recently passed by the House that would ban LGBT discrimination.
About one in 10 LGBT adults in the U.S. are married to a same-sex spouse, and a slightly smaller proportion have a same-sex domestic partner.
Gallup finds 5.6% of U.S. adults identifying as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender, with the majority of them saying they are bisexual.
While Pope Francis' comments supporting same sex civil unions were a drastic shift in Catholic church guidance, U.S. Catholics have supported gay marriage for about a decade.