- On average, across the 27 sampled countries in the report, 1% of adults identify as transgender, non-binary/gender non-conforming/genderfluid or in another way rather than as male or female.
- 4% of adults in Germany or Chile, 3% of adults in countries such as Argentina or Australia, and 2% of adults in countries such as Canada or India identify as a gender outside of the gender binary, such as such as non-binary, gender non-conforming or genderfluid, compared to 1% of adults in the U.S.
- Younger adults are more likely to identify as transgender or non-binary, with 4% of adults in Gen Z identifing as transgender, non-binary/gender non-conforming/genderfluid or in another way rather than as male or female, compared to 2% of Millennials, 1% of Gen X and less than 1% of Baby Boomers.
- On average, across the 27 countries surveyed in the report, 4% of adults identify as bisexual, 3% identify as gay or lesbian, 1% identify as pansexual or omnisexual and 1% identify as asexual.
- In the U.S., as many as 2% of adults identify as pansexual/omnisexual, while Sweden has the highest prevalence of those describing themselves as asexual (3%).
By Nicolas Boyon
Ipsos’s LGBT+ Pride 2021 Global Survey points to a wide generation gap around gender identity and sexual attraction. On average, across the 27 countries surveyed, those who identify as transgender, non-binary, non-conforming, gender-fluid, or other than