Fifty Years Since Stonewall
Over the fifty years that have passed since the Stonewall riots, public opinion on LGBTQ issues has undergone a radical change. Polls measuring that change have increased in frequency and broadened in scope, shifting focus as new debates came to the forefront of public discussion, and providing a microcosm of the transformation in social awareness and understanding of LGBTQ people and their experiences.
Pew Research Center's 2013 Survey of LGBT Adults
This dataset, originally published in April 2013, features a sample of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender Americans and contains questions on topics related to their sexual orientation and identity.
PSRA/Newsweek Polls - Gay and Lesbian Issues
These two PSRA/Newsweek polls featuring a range of questions about gay and lesbian issues were conducted at the turn of the century.