Attitudes Toward Homosexuality in African Countries
That’s the percentage of the public in both Kenya and Nigeria that says that homosexuality can never be justified. In the U.S. half of the public, including 80% of pentecostals, take that view.
In both Kenya and Nigeria, 98% of the public say that homosexuality can never be justified, according to a recent Pew Forum survey. Conservative views extend to other social issues in these countries as well, as a majority of both Kenyan and Nigerian publics surveyed said that divorce and the consumption of alcohol are never justified. In the U.S., 50% of all adults surveyed, including 80% of pentecostals, said homosexuality can never be justified. Read More