In many Council of Europe member states national surveys have been conducted, with different methodologies, focus and scope. [Unzipped: Gay Armenia - without having detailed description of survey methodologies, it’s difficult to assess how robust, representative and comparable these survey results could be.]
Regarding survey results related to having a gay or lesbian neighbour, a Turkish survey from 2009 showed that 87% of the population did not want to have a gay or lesbian neighbour – the same figure is found in an Armenian survey from 2005.
In Georgia 84% of respondents expressed negative attitudes towards homosexuality.
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