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Surveys/Demographics

Last updated: April 25, 2024

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DateOrganizationTitle
April 2024Williams InstituteThe Impact of 2024 Anti-Transgender Legislation on Youth
March 21, 2024PRRIMore Acceptance but Growing Polarization on LGBTQ Rights: Findings From the 2022 American Values Atlas
June 2023Williams InstitutePublic Attitudes Toward the Use of Religious Beliefs to Discriminate Against LGBTQ People
2023The Trevor Project2023 U.S. National Survey on the Mental Health of LGBTQ Young People
2023GLAADAccelerating Acceptance
2023Davis County Health DepartmentLesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Plus+ Davis County 2023 Population Health Report
March 2023Williams InstituteProhibiting Gender-Affirming Medical Care for Youth
January 2023Wiliams InstituteImpact of HB 1557 (Florida’s Don’t Say Gay Bill) on LGBTQ+ Parents in Florida
December 2022Williams InstituteMedicaid Coverage for Gender-Affirming Care
December 2022Williams InstituteHate Crimes Against LGBT People
June 7, 2022Pew Research CenterAbout 5% of young adults in the U.S. say their gender is different from their sex assigned at birth
October 18, 2022GLSENThe 2021 National School Climate Survey
June 2022Williams InstituteHow Many Adults and Youth Identify as Transgender in the United States?
2022The Trevor Project2022 National Survey on LGBTQ Youth Mental Health
September 2021Williams InstituteSuicide Risk and Prevention for Transgender People: Summary of Research Findings
September 2021Williams InstituteLGBT People’s Experiences of Workplace Discrimination and Harassmentranseq
July 27, 2021Pew Research CenterRising shares of U.S. adults know someone who is transgender or goes by gender-neutral pronouns
June 2021Williams InstituteNonbinary LGBTQ Adults in the United States
2021PRRIAmericans’ Support for Key LGBTQ+ Rights Continues to Tick Upward
January 25, 2019Center for Disease ControlTransgender Identity and Experiences of Violence Victimization, Substance Use, Suicide Risk, and Sexual Risk Behaviors Among High School Students — 19 States and Large Urban School Districts
2016Rand CorpAssessing the Implications of Allowing Transgender Personnel to Serve Openly
2015NCTE2015 U.S. Transgender Survey (note: Includes national and breakout numbers including by state. Currently in update.)