According to a recent survey conducted by Social Relations, Attitudes and Diversity Lab at Trent University in Canada, only half of Gen Z people are exclusively attracted to members of the opposite gender.
The survey found that only 50 percent of 18-23-year-olds are ‘only attracted to people of the opposite gender’, in comparison to 76 percent of those aged 41-54.
The data was published by The Times, and it surveyed 1,127 adults in the UK and 1,005 adults in the US.
The results were similar in both countries.
Karen Blair, the director of the Social Relations, Attitudes and Diversity Lab at Trent University in Canada said that the differences between the age groups could represent an ‘increase in willingness and ability to come out.
Gallup recently came out with a report that said that 5.6 percent of Adult Americans now identify as LGBT, which is an increase of the 4.5 percent that did back in 2017. 50 percent out of those people identified as bi.
Additionally, the research also found that women are more likely to identify as LGBT than men.