In other words, after listing ten different locales, the U.S. News article’s numbers showed that the percentage of “same-sex couples” in the number one city was 1.36.
Not 13.6 percent, but 1.36.
That’s number one. By the time the reader gets to number 10, Boston, the percentage is only 0.91.
Although people have been bamboozled by recent polls which claim Americans believe 25 percent of our population is “gay,” the reality is that those who identify as “homosexual” make up a far smaller portion of our population. Nevertheless, they seek to impose comprehensive social change on Americans.
News organizations that want respect should analyze this aspect of the debate rather than simply pass along statistics published by the Williams Institute.
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