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.”