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Western European countries see fall in support for LGBT+ demands

A survey in 15 countries also shows that Gen Zers are twice as likely as Millennials to identify as transgender.

FUENTES Ipsos AUTOR 5/Evangelical_Focus 15 DE JUNIO DE 2023 16:38 h
A LGBT Pride event. / Photo: [link]Angela Compagnone[/link].

Research conducted in 30 countries (15 of them in Europe) concludes that around 9% of the population self-identifies as LGBT+.



Ipsos interviewed over 22,000 people online in countries with very different cultural contexts, such as Canada, Peru, Japan or Thailand.



In Europe, Spain is the country where most respondents self-identified as LGBT+. In the Mediterranean country there is also the highest percentage of people who say they have friends, relatives or work colleagues who are lesbian or gay (63%).



Still in Europe, Switzerland is where most people self-identified as transgender (6%).





[photo_footer] Graph: Ipsos: LGBT+ Pride Study 2023 Global Survey. [/photo_footer] 


6% of Gen Zers say they are trans or non-binary



One of the figures that stands out in the survey, which was conducted to be published on ‘Pride Month’ (every June), is that a 6% of the interviewed belonging to the Gen Z (born after 1997) say they are transgender, non-binary, gender non-conforming or gender fluid. This figure falls to half (3%) among Millenials (born after 1981).



A total 18% of Gen Zers surveyed in the 30 countries say they are LGBT+, compared to 10% of Millennials.



When all age groups are asked, transgenderism and other queer identities represent 2% of the surveyed, and the total of LGBT+ respondents is 9%.



 



Gay marriage and adoption lose support



Five European countries strongly support same-sex marriage. There is over a 70% of acceptance in Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and Belgium, always according to the Ipsos survey.





[photo_footer] Graph: Ipsos: LGBT+ Pride Study 2023 Global Survey. [/photo_footer] 


Nevertheless, there seems to be a trend change. The support for same-sex marriage has fallen by a 3% or more since 2021 in Western European nations such as the Netherlands, Sweden, Great Britain and Germany.



The support for same-sex unions is lowest in Romania (25%), Poland (32%), Hungary (47%) and Switzerland (54%).



When asked about same-sex parenting, over 75% of respondents would agree that “same-sex couples should have the same rights to adopt children as heterosexual” in countries like Spain, Sweden and the Netherlands.



But also on this issue, the figures show that less population now supports giving children in adoption to same-sex parents than in 2021. The fall is steepest in the Netherlands (-8%), Sweden (-4%), and Germany (-3%), while support continues to grow in France (+5%) and Spain (+3%).


 

 


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