For years they have asked that this question be included in the Government report but the results have been discouraging
Only 2.3% of the United States population say that they are gay, lesbian or bisexual, according to the National Health Interview Survey, a major federal report that for the first time included a question about sexual orientation. The results have disappointed gay activists, who for years have asked that this question be included in the report.
The report surveyed 35,000 adults in 2013, and found that 96.6% of those questioned declared themselves heterosexual; 1.6% identified themselves as gay or lesbian; 0.7% as bisexual; and another 1.1% answered “something else” or did not answer.
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