in 2011 Americans thought 25% were gay

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    Aug 04, 2014 4:42 PM GMT
    we have come a long way.
    from the christian post; "According to a 2011 Gallup poll, Americans thought that 25 percent of the population was gay, while those aged 18-29 put the figure at closer to 30 percent."
    wonder what poll was this, dont rember these numbers even in 2011

    also in the article; so small a percentage they dont have rights:
    "How foolish, then, to redefine marriage, restrict freedoms of conscience, speech, and religion, and engage in a massive social experiment based on such a tiny percentage of the population"


    reference:
    http://www.christianpost.com/news/gay-ratio-is-150-not-14-124240/


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    Aug 04, 2014 4:52 PM GMT


    LOL! He's no Christian. Another fake using Christianity for his bigotry.

    ""How foolish, then, to redefine marriage, restrict freedoms of conscience, speech, and religion, and engage in a massive social experiment based on such a tiny percentage of the population"

    Really? Well then, why do the following have equal rights if their population is so small?

    Per 2010 stats:

    Asians 4.8 percent
    Native Americans 0.9
    Pacific Islanders 0.2

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    ...and you forget Mr C Brown, that in a sizeable portion of your country you can be fired for being gay, or being PERCIEVED to be gay, and conservs are pushing for open discrimination against gay clientele of business, so of course people in a survey are going to admit to being gay.
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