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As they age, their life situations may change and they may want to get married.
28, 2015, when Gallup first asked lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) individuals who indicated they were married or living with a partner if their spouse or partner was the same sex or the opposite sex. That is up from 3.9% a year ago and 3.4% in Gallup's initial estimate in 2012.
Same-Sex Marriage More Common Among Men, Older LGBT Adults Currently, 11.4% of LGBT men versus 9.3% of LGBT women say they are married to a same-sex partner.
Gallup's question does not probe specifically for whether LGBT individuals are lesbian or gay or bisexual or transgender.
The results are based on Gallup Daily tracking interviews since Jan. adults identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender, according to Gallup's latest estimate from its June 2016-June 2017 tracking data.