Support for LGBT protections by US state

Source
2018
Date
50
Regions Surveyed


Full Survey Results

In 2018, PRRI conducted a survey of 54,357 Americans in all 50 states. The survey included a variety of topics, including same-sex marriage and discrimination protections. The percentage of negative and "refused" responses were not included.

Question: "Do you strongly favor, favor, oppose or strongly oppose laws that would protect gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people against discrimination in jobs, public accommodations, and housing?"

Favor
  1. 81%
  2. 2. Vermont
    77%
  3. 3. Utah
    77%
  4. 75%
  5. 75%
  6. 74%
  7. 73%
  8. 73%
  9. 73%
  10. 73%
  11. 72%
  12. 12. Montana
    72%
  13. 13. Colorado
    72%
  14. 14. Oregon
    72%
  15. 72%
  16. 16. Delaware
    71%
  17. 17. Kansas
    70%
  18. 18. Hawaii
    70%
  19. 19. Minnesota
    70%
  20. 20. Michigan
    70%
  21. 21. Maryland
    70%
  22. 22. Maine
    69%
  23. 23. Illinois
    69%
  24. 24. Alaska
    68%
  25. 25. Idaho
    68%
  26. 26. Nevada
    68%
  27. 27. Arizona
    68%
  28. 28. Virginia
    68%
  29. 29. Iowa
    68%
  30. 30. Florida
    68%
  31. 68%
  32. 32. Ohio
    68%
  33. 33. Louisiana
    67%
  34. 34. Wisconsin
    67%
  35. 35. Texas
    66%
  36. 66%
  37. 66%
  38. 38. Indiana
    65%
  39. 39. Nebraska
    65%
  40. 40. Georgia
    65%
  41. 41. Missouri
    64%
  42. 42. Tennessee
    64%
  43. 63%
  44. 44. Oklahoma
    62%
  45. 45. Wyoming
    61%
  46. 46. Kentucky
    59%
  47. 59%
  48. 48. Alabama
    59%
  49. 58%
  50. 50. Arkansas
    56%

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).