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This could be one factor that explains why they are so much more likely to identify as LGBT when compared with other generations.They are more comfortable than their older counterparts with the idea of sharing what some might consider private information on surveys.
By 2016, there was virtually no variation by education, with 3.9% of those with a postgraduate degree identifying as LGBT along with 4.1% of all other educational groups.
Black Americans showed only a slight increase from 4.4% to 4.6%, and among "other" racial and ethnic groups, the increase was from 6.0% to 6.3%.
The relatively larger increases in LGBT identification among racial and ethnic groups other than white, non-Hispanics mean that these racial and ethnic minorities now account for 40% of LGBT-identified adults compared with 33% in 2012.
These can include how comfortable and confident survey respondents feel about the confidentiality and privacy of data collected.
Gallup research shows that data security and confidentiality are not major concerns of millennials.