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Some key similarities and differences between lesbian, gay and bisexual voters and all voters in 2004
November 08, 2004
According to exit polls, lesbian, gay and bisexual voters differ from the broader voting population in some respects and are very similar in others.
- Lesbian, gay and bisexual voters are as likely to attend religious services more than once a week and almost twice as likely never to attend services when compared with other voters.
- Almost half of lesbian, gay and bisexual voters live in a household where someone has lost a job in the last four years; almost a third of all others do.
- 77 percent of lesbian, gay and bisexual voters voted for John Kerry in the 2004 presidential election, compared with only 46 percent of other voters.
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