"Should society accept homosexuality?" (2016, Eastern/Central Europe)

June 2015-July 2016
Date
19
Regions Surveyed


Full Survey Results

Pew Research Center surveyed individuals in Eastern and Central Europe. Among the questions was: "Please tell me whether the FIRST statement or the SECOND statement is most similar to your point of view–even if it does not precisely match your opinion. 1 Homosexuality should be accepted by society OR 2 Homosexuality should not be accepted by society". Those who refused or said "don't know" are excluded from Equaldex's visualizations.

Question: "Please tell me whether the FIRST statement or the SECOND statement is most similar to your point of view–even if it does not precisely match your opinion. 1 Homosexuality should be accepted by society OR 2 Homosexuality should not be accepted by society"

No
Yes
  1. 22%
    71%
  2. 2. Greece
    44%
    50%
  3. 3. Croatia
    48%
    45%
  4. 4. Poland
    47%
    42%
  5. 5. Hungary
    54%
    36%
  6. 61%
    31%
  7. 7. Estonia
    62%
    31%
  8. 69%
    22%
  9. 9. Latvia
    70%
    19%
  10. 10. Serbia
    75%
    21%
  11. 82%
    13%
  12. 12. Romania
    85%
    12%
  13. 13. Belarus
    84%
    9%
  14. 14. Russia
    86%
    8%
  15. 85%
    7%
  16. 16. Ukraine
    86%
    6%
  17. 17. Moldova
    92%
    5%
  18. 18. Georgia
    93%
    5%
  19. 19. Armenia
    97%
    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).