"Should society accept homosexuality?" (2013)

June, 2013
Date
39
Regions Surveyed


Full Survey Results

Pew Research Center surveyed 37,653 people in 39 countries in 2013 about their acceptance of homosexuality. Survey participants were asked "And which one of these comes closer to your opinion?" and were able to select "Homosexuality should be accepted by society" or "Homosexuality should not be accepted by society". The percentage missing on Equaldex's visualization of this data represents the participants who answered "Don't Know" or refused to answer.

Question: "Should society accept homosexuality?"

No
Yes
  1. 1. Spain
    11%
    88%
  2. 2. Germany
    11%
    87%
  3. 3. Canada
    14%
    80%
  4. 16%
    80%
  5. 18%
    79%
  6. 18%
    76%
  7. 7. Italy
    18%
    74%
  8. 8. France
    22%
    77%
  9. 21%
    74%
  10. 26%
    73%
  11. 11. Chile
    24%
    68%
  12. 12. Mexico
    30%
    61%
  13. 33%
    60%
  14. 14. Brazil
    36%
    60%
  15. 15. Japan
    36%
    54%
  16. 16. Greece
    40%
    53%
  17. 17. Venezuela
    42%
    51%
  18. 18. Poland
    46%
    42%
  19. 19. Bolivia
    49%
    43%
  20. 20. Israel
    47%
    40%
  21. 59%
    39%
  22. 62%
    34%
  23. 61%
    32%
  24. 24. China
    57%
    21%
  25. 25. Russia
    74%
    16%
  26. 26. Lebanon
    80%
    18%
  27. 27. Turkey
    78%
    9%
  28. 28. Malaysia
    86%
    9%
  29. 29. Kenya
    90%
    8%
  30. 30. Pakistan
    87%
    2%
  31. 31. Palestine
    93%
    4%
  32. 32. Indonesia
    93%
    3%
  33. 33. Egypt
    95%
    3%
  34. 34. Uganda
    96%
    4%
  35. 35. Ghana
    96%
    3%
  36. 36. Senegal
    96%
    3%
  37. 37. Jordan
    97%
    3%
  38. 38. Nigeria
    98%
    1%

Regions are ranked by the percentage of "support" responses out of the total responses (excluding participants who answered "don't know" or refused to answer).