How Many Americans are Homosexual? New Gov’t Study Reveals Number

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced on Tuesday its National Health Interview Survey, which included the government’s widescale attempt to measure Americans’ sexual proclivities. 

The results show a rather minuscule number of Americans who self-identify as homosexual, bi-sexual, or “something else,” while a massive majority identified as straight, and that number has surprisingly increased, despite the push by radical pro-homosexual organizations to normalize the behavior. 

The government study found that only 1.6% self-identify as homosexual (gay or lesbian), while 0.7% of those surveyed consider themselves “bisexual, and 1.1% of adults identified as “something else.” 

According to the study, 96.6% of American adults considered themselves “straight.”

The study also found that a much higher percentage of homosexuals and bisexuals are cigarette smokers and drinkers of alcohol, with 27.2% who identified as “gay or lesbian” and 29.5% who identified as “bisexual” were current cigarette smokers, compared to only 19.6% of “straight” people. 

When the survey asked about alcohol consumption, 35.1% of homosexuals and 41.5% of bisexuals reported having five or more drinks in one day at least once in the past year, compared to 26% of those who identify as “straight.”