According to a recent Harris Poll, those who identify as gay are apparently greener than heterosexuals.
The survey asked a variety of questions to gauge green awareness and green activity among both gays and non-gays. The results show that 47% of gays are more “environmentally conscious” and more “concerned about the environment” versus just 28% of heterosexuals.
Gays express more concern about the environment than heterosexuals, and the gap between them is growing as U.S. adults overall espouse fewer “green attitudes” than in 2009, finds a recent Harris Poll.
What’s more, unlike adults overall, gays showed more green commitment in Harris’ most recent survey than they did in a similar 2009 one. The new survey of 2,352 U.S. adults, of whom 347 self-identified as LGBT, was conducted online from Nov. 8 to Nov. 15 in conjunction with Witeck-Combs Communications, a public relations firm with expertise in the LGBT market.
via Usa Today