80% of Bulgarians Don't Accept Gay People
Updated on: 21.12.2007, 13:30
Published on: 20.12.2007, 15:03
The research, which examined the discriminative adjustments of Bulgarian nation, was conducted on September 10-30, this year, Darik Radio informed.
53% of the inquired Bulgarians have extremely negative attitude towards gays. 17% declared that can freely communicate with person homosexually orientated.
Most clearly are expressed the prejudices to transsexuals, most weakly to gay women, shows the research.
Almost half of the inquired would not work with homosexuals in one room. 70% of the people won't enroll their kid in school where works a gay teacher. 50% won't acquiesce of their own child has homosexual orientation.
According to the research the most frequent is the discrimination based on race differences.
Strongest tensions are between Bulgarian and Gypsies on one hand and Turkish people and Gypsies on the other.
The tension between Bulgarians and Turkish comes mostly from Bulgarians towards the Turkish, says the research. Gypsies are more hostile to Bulgarians than to the Turkish people.
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