This comprised of: A further 0.5% of the population identified themselves as “Other”, which means that they did not consider themselves to fit into the heterosexual or straight, bisexual, gay or lesbian categories.
A further 4.1% refused, or did not know how to identify themselves.
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The proportion of those aged 16 to 24 who identified as LGB increased from 3.3% in 2015 to 4.1% in 2016. The proportion of the population who identified as LGB declined with each consecutive age group (Figure 3).
Older age groups were more likely to identify as heterosexual or straight in 2016.
The North West had the second highest proportion of the population identifying as LGB, at 2.3%.
In contrast the East of England had the lowest proportion, where just 1.2% of the population identified as LGB.
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London had the largest proportion of the population who identified as LGB (2.7%), which could be associated with a relatively young and diverse population.”Emily Knipe, Population Statistics Division, Office for National Statistics.
Follow Population Statistics Division on Twitter @Paul Vickers_ONS Back to table of contents Sexual identity is one part of the umbrella concept of “sexual orientation”.
Only 0.7% of the population aged 65 and over identified as LGB, whereas for 25 to 34 year olds this was 2.9%.