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36% of Quebecers are uncomfortable intervening when witnessing LGBTQphobic behavior.
57% of Canadians say they are concerned about the rights of gay and trans people outside of Canada
One third of Quebecers would hesitate to hire a trans person.
74% of Canadians believe trans people experience discrimination from employers
More than 75% of Quebecers consider it easy for a heterosexual person to openly show their support for LGBT people
58% of Canadians witness homophobic comments on social media.
73% of Quebeckers and 68% of Canadians believe that same-sex couples have the same chances of having a long-term relationship as heterosexual couples, with a slight preponderance for female couples.
Half of first generation immigrants, or 50%, believe that homosexuality is normal compared to 71% for those of the second generation.
87% of Quebecers believe that it is important for parents to know the sexual orientation of their child. 31% believe that parental education can influence children's sexual orientation
49% think homosexuality is an “abnormal state” and 28% would refuse to attend a gay wedding if invited
30% of Quebecers are uncomfortable with the idea that a boy attending an elementary or secondary school has a homosexual teacher
45% of Quebecers think that a young person who discovers he is homosexual will be unhappy in life
Half of Canadians (51%) say they have witnessed at least one type of negative attitude towards LGBTQ+ people
70% of Canadians would approve of a union of a close family member with a person of the same sex.
More than a third of Quebecers think that the situation of LGBT people in the world is "good".
62% of Quebecers consider it difficult for homosexual seniors to openly live a romantic relationship in residence.
The survey indicates that in everyday life and on the Internet, more than half of Canadians surveyed (52%) say they have already witnessed disparaging remarks about homoparental families or homoparentality. in general.
In Quebec, 52% of respondents say they know one or more homosexual people in their workplace, compared to 37% in the rest of Canada
75% of Quebecers and 66% of other Canadians agree with the statement that, in sports media, the issue of homosexuality is kept in silence
77% understand that homosexuality is not a disease and 30% believe, wrongly, that there are treatments to change sexual orientation.
Over 60% of Canadians believe homosexuality can jeopardize a professional career
56% of Quebecers are of the opinion that the positions of the Catholic Church are hostile to homosexual communities.