Millennials often are considered the forerunner on changing attitudes about LGBT issues, but a new poll reveals they may be growing more traditional and conservative.
Exactly one-third (33 percent) of Americans ages 18-34 say they would be uncomfortable having their child placed in a class with an LGBTQ teacher – an increase from 29 percent among that age group in 2017 and 25 percent in 2016. Additionally, 39 percent of 18-34-year-old adults say they’d be uncomfortable learning their child had a lesson on LGBTQ history in school. That, too, was an uptick from 2017 (30 percent) and 2016 (27 percent). The survey was conducted by the Harris Poll for Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) among 1,754 non-LGBTQ American adults. On both questions, Millennials are equal to or more traditional than the general population. Among all adults, 32 […]