According to a new study out of the UK, 29% of all “under-30s” Americans identify as “somewhere on the category of bisexuality.”
Their research found that younger Americans (“under 30s” as they call them) are noticeably less likely than their “elders’ to adhere to labels. 29% of under-30s identify themselves as “somewhere on the category of bisexuality.”
Overall, 78% of Americans identify as completely heterosexual while 4% say that they are completely homosexual. 16% of American adults say that they fall somewhere in the middle. This is in high contrast to a May report from Gallup which purported “23% of Americans are gay or lesbian.”
24% of people aged 30 to 44 say that they’re somewhere on the scale of bisexuality, while only 8% or less of over-45s say the same.
Perhaps most interesting of all: 12% of heterosexual American adults say that they have had a sexual experience with someone of the same sex at some point in their lives.