More American adults than ever before identify as LGBTQ, according to a Gallup poll released on Thursday, with the number doubling–yes, doubling–over the past decade.Using data aggregated over the past year, from interviews with over 12,000 respondents, Gallup found that 7.1 percent of U.S.
adults reported identifying as something other than heterosexual.The analytics company began measuring in 2012, at which time it found just 3.5 percent responding that they considered themselves to be members of the LGBTQ community.The increase is largely due to members of Generation Z who have reached adulthood replacing older generations, who are more likely to identify as cisgender and heterosexual.Nearly 21 percent of Gen Z Americans who were at least 18 years-old as of last year identify as LGBTQ.
That’s nearly twice as many as millennials who do, at 10.5 percent, and about five times as many as Generation X, coming in at 4.2 percent.
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