May 24, 2011 -- Brad Sears, the executive director of the Williams Institute, commented on a recent study that discovered a much smaller number of gays and lesbians than generally reported by the news media. His commented appear in a USA Today column, which also cited Williams Institute data.
Brad Sears of the Williams Institute defended the accuracy of these numbers, suggesting gay leaders "let go" of previous, unrealistic estimates of homosexual orientation. He told the Associated Press that "with other populations of a similar size of 2% to 4%, we don't question whether there are too many or too few."
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