Poll Finds LGBT People Still Not Welcome In Moldova

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06/12/2022

Ten years after passing landmark legislation to protect minorities, including the much-persecuted LGBT community, a recent survey has revealed that most people in Moldova still hold negative attitudes toward lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people. A national survey in the small, impoverished Eastern European country of some 2.6 million people found that 64 percent of respondents would “exclude” LGBT people from Moldova. The results from the survey on perceptions and attitudes toward equality were unveiled at a meeting of the country’s Equality Council in Chisinau on June 9.

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