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Republican States Are Gayer Than You Think

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Donald Trump in the 2020 election have only marginally fewer LGBT people living in them than those that voted for his Democratic rival now-President Joe Biden, new population figures suggest.The percentage of the population in red states who are LGBT was around 4.06 percent, while it was 4.36 percent in blue states—a difference of just 0.3 percent—according to analysis conducted by Newsweek on a November study by the UCLA School of Law Williams Institute analyzing the adult population.Overall, it found that the U.S.

had an LGBT population of 5.6 percent. That population varied widely between individual states; West Virginia and Mississippi had the joint lowest, 4.1 percent, while Washington, D.C.

and Kentucky had the highest proportions—14.3 percent and 10.5 percent respectively.When the total LGBT population among Trump and Biden-voting states was compared with 2022's census overall population estimates, the difference in the number of LGBT people was negligible.

The Williams Institute used figures from 2020-2021, which may mean the respective proportions compared to 2022's population size may be slightly smaller than actuality.The split between red and blue states may come as a surprise, given surveys suggest that the LGBTQ+ community overwhelmingly voted Democrat in 2020.In 2019, the Williams Institute found half of registered LGBT voters were Democrats, 15 percent were Republicans and 22 percent independents.

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