Gay Acceptance Is Rising Globally, Study Says
The Huffington Post
By Ron Dicker
November 13, 2014
Around the world, it’s getting more acceptable to be gay. A new study says that acceptance of homosexuality has grown in 90 percent of countries surveyed over the last 20 years.
According to findings by social researchers at NORC at the University of Chicago and the LGBT think-thank Williams Institute at UCLA, acceptance rose an average of .9 percent annually by nation.
“This study shows a clear trend toward increasing acceptance across the globe,” Andrew Park, director of International Programs at the Williams Institute, said in a statement.
Researchers ranked countries in northwestern Europe as the most accepting, “followed by the following clusters of countries: Australia/Canada/New Zealand/United States, Southern European countries, Latin American countries, former Soviet Union/Eastern & Central Europe, Asian countries, African countries, and majority Muslim countries.”
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