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American opinion has changed dramatically on gay issues over the last 40 years

Americans’ opinions about gay people and their rights have undergone a 180-degree shift in the span of a generation, according to recent Gallup polling released during Pride Month.

But they still lag behind on certain issues.

For example, 93% of people now believe that gay people should have equal rights with respect to job opportunities, compared to just 56% in 1977. LGBTQ advocates say even 93% of people is too low on such an issue, but some religious groups argue that religious institutions should have the right to decline staff based on sexual orientation.

Some 93% of people now believe that gay people should have equal rights with respect to job opportunities, compared to just 56% in 1977.

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