LGBT Study

LGBT Study

Thousands of Georgia’s Workforce Not Covered by Non-Discrimination Laws, Study

Employment Non-Discrimination Laws
Top News Politics
Over 151,000 of Georgia’s workforce isn’t covered by the state’s non-discrimination law because the law excludes sexual orientation in private sectors. ...
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Extending Marriage to Same-Sex Couples in Missouri Could Generate $36 Million

Top News Politics
Extending marriage to same-sex couples in Missouri would generate an estimated $36.3 million in spending to the state economy, according to a new study. ...
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Study Concludes LGB People Have Bad Experiences with Health Care

Top News Health International
Researchers found lesbians, gays and bisexuals are twice as likely to have bad experiences with general health practitioners than straight counterparts. ...
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Atlanta: $78M Economical Boost with Same-Sex Marriage

Top News National
Over 6,822 marriages would occur in the first year alone, and bring up to $50.4 million in revenue to the state of Georgia that year. ...
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Nearly 3-in-10 Worldwide See Their Areas as Good for Gays

Top News International
The Netherlands, where residents say their communities are good places for gays or lesbians, was the first country to legalize same-sex marriage in 2001. ...
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Uninsured LGBT Americans Are More Common Than Non-LGBT Counterparts, Study

Top News Health
One-quarter of LGBT adults reported they did not have enough for money for healthcare needs, compared to 17 percent of non-LGBT individuals. ...
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Gallup: LGBT Americans Report Lower Well-Being Than Non-LGBT Americans

Top News Health
According to a new Gallup study, LGBT Americans have an average Well-Being Index score of 58, lower than non-LGBT adults' score of 62. ...
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Study: LGBT Population in U.S. Significantly Less Religious

Top News Faith and Religion
Americans who identify as LGBT are significantly less likely to be highly religious, and significantly more likely to be classified as not religious. ...
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Michael Sam Asks Fans to Join Study on Homophobia in Sports

Top News Sports
Michael Sam, one of the world’s highest profile LGBT athletes, is urging people to take part in the first international study on homophobia in sports. ...
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Study: Youth Support LGBT Rights, Disagree on Priorities

Top News National
A survey finds that while young people express support for marriage equality, they also believe the push for it has diverted attention from other issues. ...
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