LGBTQ+ Issues Survey

The draft version of our Needs Assessment results are now available on our website. The final version will be available on June 1, 2020.

 

This LGBTQ+ Issues survey is divided into two parts. Part I considers the following topics: family, marriage, adoption, and identity. Part II of the survey focuses on: conversion therapy, the ban on MSM as blood donors, education, transgender issues, and hate crimes law. The survey is open to all US residents regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. The survey will run between March 30 and June 14, 2020. Results will be available on July 1, 2020.

 


First name
Last name
Street Address
City *
State *
Zip Code *
County (PA Residents only)
Email (This is completely optional.)
Age *
Under 18
18 – 24
25 – 34
35 – 44
45 – 54
55 – 64
Over 65
Sexual Orientation (Select all that apply) *
Heterosexual/Straight
Asexual
Bisexual
Demisexual
Gay
Lesbian
Other
Pansexual
Queer
Prefer not to say
Gender Identity (Select all that apply) *
Agender
Female
Genderfluid
Male
Non-binary
Transgender
Other
Prefer not to say
If you selected other for sexual orientation or gender identity, please list it here. If not, skip this question.
Race & Ethnicity (This question is optional.)
Pronouns (Choose all that apply) *
He/him
She/her
They/Them
Xi/xir
Other (Please list below)
Prefer not to say
If you selected Other for your pronouns, please list them here. If not, please skip this question.
I. Marriage & Family

This section has statements about marriage, adoption, families, and discrimination in general. Please indicate the degree to which you agree or disagree with each statement. If you are “unsure,” please select “Neutral/Unsure.”

1. LGBTQ+ people should be protected by law from employment and housing discrimination. *
Strongly Agree (5)
Agree (4)
Neutral/Unsure (3)
Disagree (2)
Strongly Disagree (1)
Prefer not to say (N/A)
2. Marriage should be reserved for one man and one woman only. *
(1) Strongly Agree
(2) Agree
(3) Neutral/Unsure
(4) Disagree
(5) Strongly Disagree
Prefer not to answer (N/A)
3. Marriage is a union of two people regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. *
Strongly Agree (5)
Agree (4)
Neutral/Unsure (3)
Disagree (2)
Strongly Disagree (1)
Prefer not to say (N/A)
4. I am comfortable with people who are in polyamorous relationships. *
Strongly Agree (5)
Agree (4)
Neutral/Unsure (3)
Disagree (2)
Strongly Disagree (1)
Prefer not to say (N/A)
5. Married same-sex couples should have the same legal rights as opposite sex married couples. *
Strongly Agree (5)
Agree (4)
Neutral/Unsure (3)
Disagree (2)
Strongly Disagree (1)
Prefer not to say (N/A)
6. Same-sex couples should have the same criteria to adopt children as opposite sex couples. *
Strongly Agree (5)
Agree (4)
Neutral/Unsure (3)
Disagree (2)
Strongly Disagree (1)
Prefer not to say (N/A)
7. Wedding vendors such as florists and bakers should be allowed to discriminate against same-sex couples. *
(1) Strongly Agree
(2) Agree
(3) Neutral/Unsure
(4) Disagree
(5) Strongly Disagree
Prefer not to say (N/A)
8. Same sex couples and single LGBTQ+ people should be allowed to be foster parents. *
Strongly Agree (5)
Agree (4)
Neutral/Unsure (3)
Disagree (2)
Strongly Disagree (1)
Prefer not to say (N/A)
9. Businesses should be allowed to discriminate against LGBTQ+ people based on deeply held religious views. *
(1) Strongly Agree
(2) Agree
(3) Neutral/Unsure
(4) Disagree
(5) Strongly Disagree
Prefer not to say (N/A)
II. Other topics

This section contains statements related to conversion therapy, the ban on blood donations by sexually active, same-sex partnered men, education, transgender issues, and hate crimes law. Please indicate the degree to which you agree or disagree with each statement. If you are “unsure,” please select “Neutral/Unsure.”

10. Parents should be allowed to send their children to conversion or “ex-gay” therapy. *
(1) Strongly Agree
(2) Agree
(3) Neutral/Unsure
(4) Disagree
(5) Strongly Disagree
Prefer not to say (N/A)
11. Men who have sex with other men should not be allowed to donate blood. *
(1) Strongly Agree
(2) Agree
(3) Neutal/Unsure
(4) Disagree
(5) Strongly Disagree
Prefer not to say (N/A)
12. Sex education in Pennsylvania schools should be LGBTQ+ inclusive. *
Strongly Agree (5)
Agree (4)
Neutral/Unsure (3)
Disagree (2)
Strongly Disagree (1)
Prefer not to say (N/A)
13. Sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression should be protected classes under hate crime laws. *
Strongly Agree (5)
Agree (4)
Neutral/Unsure (3)
Disagree (2)
Strongly Disagree (1)
Prefer not to say (N/A)
14. Other K-12 curricula such as history or English literature should be LGBTQ+ inclusive *
Strongly Agree (5)
Agree (4)
Neutral/Unsure (3)
Disagree (2)
Strongly Disagree (1)
Prefer not to say (N/A)
15. Conversion or “ex-gay” therapy is dangerous and should be banned. *
Strongly Agree (5)
Agree (4)
Neutral/Unsure (3)
Disagree (2)
Strongly Disagree (1)
Prefer not to say (N/A)
16. People who are transgender or gender non-binary should be allowed to use restroom facilities matching their current gender identity. *
Strongly Agree (5)
Agree (4)
Neutral/Unsure (3)
Disagree (2)
Strongly Disagree (1)
Prefer not to say (N/A)
17. Transgender athletes should compete in sports based on their gender assigned at birth. *
(1) Strongly Agree
(2) Agree
(3) Neutral/Unsure
(4) Disagree
(5) Strongly Disagree
Prefer not to say (N/A)
18. The US military should not discriminate based on sexual orientation or gender identity. *
Strongly Agree (5)
Agree (4)
Neutral/Unsure (3)
Disagree (2)
Strongly Disagree (1)
Prefer not to say (N/A)
OPTIONAL: If you have any comments about the survey topics or the survey itself, please leave them here.

Pass the Fairness Act

After you complete our survey, be sure to check out our ACTION page for ways you can help the LGBTQ+ community in Pennsylvania.