The finding is contained in the 2015 Awareness, Attitude & Perception Survey about Issues Related to Same Sex Relationships.
The survey of employers, politicians, and members of the general public was done between June and July last year by Market Research Services for Jamaica’s leading gay lobby, the Jamaica Forum of Lesbians, All-Sexuals and Gays (J-FLAG).
Forty-seven per cent of the 942 people who made up the general public cohort indicated that they would not allow their child to live in their houses if he or she was gay or lesbian.
Seventeen per cent was indifferent, and the remaining 36 per cent said they would allow their gay child to remain in the household.
That view is cemented by the 75 per cent of the general public who say they would feel uncomfortable living with gays.
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