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National Trends in Public Opinion on LGBT Rights in the United States
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Researchers from the University of Southern California and University of California, Los Angeles, will collaborate on one of the first studies of the experiences of LGBT service members in the military. The study will lay a foundation for future research of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender active-duty service members by exploring how they are integrated into the military; determine if health disparities exist between them and their heterosexual counterparts; and develop recommendations for better assimilation of LGBT service members to promote military readiness. About 65, service members identify as LGBT. The policy changes have not been implemented flawlessly, and experiences of LGBT veterans highlight that many remained uncomfortable serving openly.
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This report presents national trends on public opinion on LGBT rights by aggregating the results from over surveys conducted between and It also explores why support for LGBT rights has increased so rapidly. Public support of the rights of lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, and transgender LGBT people in the United States has increased significantly and rapidly over the last three decades. This report presents the national trends on public opinion on LGBT rights by aggregating the results from over surveys from to
In the wave of media attention that followed the announcement, many focused on exactly how many individuals the change in policy would affect — with supporters of the ban claiming numbers in the hundreds, and detractors claiming numbers in the thousands or tens of thousands. For example, advocates say from to several thousand people in the military are trying to live like members of the other sex in a military population of 1. Fewer than o. The way we learn about the population is through federally-administered national surveys like the U.