A survey published by Arlington, Va., officials last week asked responders to identify their sexual orientation and found that 5.7 percent of county residents said they are gay.
While 5.7 percent of county residents identified as "homosexual," 83.4 percent said they were "heterosexual," 1.2 percent identified as "other" and 9.7 percent did not respond to the question.
Friday, August 1, 2008
Only 83% of Virginia county identify as heterosexual
What's the deal with the 9.7%? From today's Washington Blade: