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LGBTQ Agenda: Gallup poll shows uptick in people identifying as LGBT

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When Gallup recently released a poll showing that more Americans now self-identify as LGBT acronym, people took notice.The Gallup poll released last month suggests that the numbers of Americans who self-identify as at least one of the letters in the LGBT acronym now stands at 7.1%, an increase from 5.6% only two years ago.

Notably, the figures that formulate that statistic vary dramatically from one generation to the next. "Since Gallup began measuring LGBT identification in 2012," the survey organization stated in a February 17 news release, "the percentage of traditionalists, baby boomers, and Generation X adults who identify as LGBT has held relatively steady.

At the same time, there has been a modest uptick among millennials, from 5.8% in 2012 (when some members of the generation had not yet turned 18) to 7.8% in 2017 and 10.5% currently."Traditionalists, those born before 1946, maintain the lowest level of LGBT self-identification, a very slim .8%.

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