Gallup conducted a massive 200,000 person survey asking, 'Do you, personally, identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender?' Fifty states and six months later we have the answer.
Gays are unhappy with Gallup now. Gay activists have long contended that as many as 1 in 10 are gay. Why do they want more gays to exist? Misery loves company? It's about clout. The more you have on your team the more tickets your team can sell.
Gays have been busy peddling disinformation on the subject so much so that when those 25 and younger were asked how many gays they thought there were they estimated as high as 30% of the population.
Regardless that just 3 in 100 may be gay those 3 should be treated with respect and equal rights. Ironically the rights issue is not about marriage.
Did you know the IRS discriminates against gay couples filing jointly? Yet straight domestic partners are free to do so. Obama could wipe that out with an executive order - so why doesn't he? Oh yea, it would mean gays paying less taxes. Can't have that now can we.