The latest estimates from Gallup released Wednesday show there are about 981,000 adults who are in gay or lesbian marriages, up from 734,000 a year ago. That translates into nearly a half million such marriages — an increase of 123,000 since June 2015.It seems that most of those thirty-three percenters got married within months of the Obergefell v. Hodges Supreme Court decision.
Nearly one in 10 LGBT adults are married to a member of the same sex, up from 8% last year. That includes 10.5% of gay men and 8.8% of lesbians.
And nearly half of all LGBT couples who live together are married today, up from 38% a year ago. The increase has been slightly greater in states that did not have same-sex marriage until the Supreme Court ruled.
Wednesday, June 22, 2016
Gay Marriage in the USA -- 06/22/16
33% increase in same-sex marriages since June 2015: