Oh wow it is even smaller than I thought?
Gallup found that 3.5% of their respondents indicated GBLT relationships.
Understanding that all polls are easily manipulated by a small group that does not pass up the chance to answer them, a very small less than 1% group can actually be made to seem much larger simply because they answer pollster calls with a higher than normal frequency.
When a small group always answers and the normal population answers only 9% of the time, that means the small group makes apparent size 11 times bigger than reality.
So, when gays always answer Gallup polls ~ probably because they know that question is being asked ~ and they turn out to be 3.5% of respondents, you divide that by 11 and that will give you just a little over .3% as the real answer.
VIrtually all other polls where they ask sexual orientation they usually end up with a large number of non-respondents anyway ~ non-gays have an aversion to answering questions from strangers about sex. Gays have no such aversion ~ it's just more advertising for them. So, the real answer may actually be even less if we factor in the aversion factor for the non-gays. That'd be .15% ~ or just 15/10000.