REVEALED: Survey Shows Most Homosexuals Are Religious, Christians
So, a new survey has found that most homosexual adults in the United States are religious and more than half are Christian, to the surprise of people of faith in the community.
Conducted by Buzzfeed and Whitman Insight Strategies, the survey is the most extensive of its kind and talked to over 880 members of the gay community from across the country from May 21 to June 1, 2018.
Overall, the study found that lesbians, gay, bisexuals and transgender people are largely white, women and under 40-years-old.
Of those surveyed, more than half identified as bi-sexual while the smallest group of people surveyed identified as transgender.
While 39% of those polled said that they had no religious affiliation whatsoever, more than half of the respondents said that they were regularly involved in faith organisations.
A majority of people who were religious were Christian, with 23% identifying as Protestant and 18 percent identifying as Catholic.
Another eight percent of those polled were Jewish, Muslim or Buddhist and about 13 percent weren't sure what they identified as when it came to religion.
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