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The U.S. Census Bureau found that homosexual couples constitute less than 1% of American households. The Family Research Report says "around % of men, and 2% of women, are homosexual or bisexual." The National Gay and Lesbian Task Force estimates three to eight percent of both sexes. So who's right. What Percentage of the Population Is Gay? Staci. Age: 27. Never a dissappointment with me! Often transgender people cannot afford a legal name change or are not yet old enough to change their name legally. A survey by the Dentsu group estimated that 5. May 21, - These perceptions are many times higher than the actual percentage of the public who identify as gay or lesbian. Younger Americans give higher estimates than those who are older, and women make significantly higher guesses of the gay and lesbian population than men do. Americans' Estimate of the. Ange. Age: 18. Hello gentleman I'm Gia ?? LGBT demographics of the United States to % who identify as lesbian or gay). • Women are substantially more likely than men to identify as bisexual. Bisexuals comprise more than half of the lesbian and bisexual population among women in eight of the nine surveys considered in the brief. Conversely, gay men comprise substantially more than half of gay and. Among adults who identify as lesbian, gay, or bisexual, bisexuals comprise a slight majority (% compared to % who identify as lesbian or gay); women are substantially more likely than men to identify as bisexual; estimates of those who report any lifetime same-sex sexual behavior and any same-sex sexual attraction. Tommie. Age: 19. Je vis a kasakhstan Lesbian, gay, and bisexual men and women in the US military: Updated estimates by Gary J. Gates. Executive Summary. This research brief uses new data from the American. Community Survey and the General Social Survey to provide updated estimates of how many lesbians, gay men, and bisexuals (LGB) are serving in. Cornell University, carrying out research into sexuality amongst a representative sample of more than 20, young Americans, published that % of young women were not strictly heterosexual in behavior, a group that included lesbian and bisexual women; % of young men self-identified as being gay or bisexual. Similarly, more women reported same-sex experience and same-sex attraction. Nine percent of men and 19% of women had some history of same-sex attraction or experience. More women identified as lesbian or bisexual than in – Homosexual/gay identity was more common among men with university education.