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Share of respondents in Indonesia who believe that LGBT have a right to live in Indonesia, as of March 2016
Rights of LGBT to live in Indonesia 2016
This statistic shows the share of survey participants in Indonesia who believe that the LGBT community have a right to live in Indonesia, as of December 2017. During the period surveyed, 57.7 percent stated that they agree that LGBT have a right to live in Indonesia. 41.1 percent of survey respondents answered that they do not agree.
Share of respondents in Indonesia who believe that LGBT have a right to live in Indonesia, as of March 2016
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Source

Release date

January 2018

Region

Indonesia

Survey time period

March 22 to March 30, 2016

Number of respondents

1,220 respondents

Age group

17 years and above

Special properties

Survey participants are those who have a right to vote in Indonesia, i.e. those 17 and above and/or those who are already married

Method of interview

Face-to-face interview

Supplementary notes

The question asked in the survey has been translated from Bahasa Indonesia to English, and was as follows: "As an Indonesian citizen, do LGBT have a right to live in our country?".
The respondents must have previously answered that they know or have heard of the term LGBT.

Rights of LGBT to live in Indonesia 2016
This statistic shows the share of survey participants in Indonesia who believe that the LGBT community have a right to live in Indonesia, as of December 2017. During the period surveyed, 57.7 percent stated that they agree that LGBT have a right to live in Indonesia. 41.1 percent of survey respondents answered that they do not agree.
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