Last year we have shared several maps about homosexual, and we have also created an interactive heat map for showcasing world acceptance towards homosexual. Today, we have found another heat maps for more information.
Here is a heat map, which was created by Pew Research Center after interviewing around 38000 interviewees from 39 countries from March to May last year, showing which countries accept homosexuality while which do not. In the map, the darker red represents lower acceptance while the greener represents higher acceptance.
This heat map is similar to our interactive heat map that created in last June that countries like Canada, Australia, and Argentina.
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The map cannot display the whole picture of the world acceptance towards homosexual as only little amount of people from 39 countries have participated in the research, and people from many countries, like India, have not been interviewed.
There is also a minor suggestion towards the above heat map that heat map legend is needed for indicating the heat map colors.
Here is another world map highlights countries that homosexual is prohibited inside the country.
source: Business Insider
You may compare the above world map with our previously shared world map about gay marriage and homosexual in the world, and will see the difference in India. In Dec 2013, the Indian Supreme Court has re-criminalized gay sex in India that makes India being highlighted in the above world map.
The above world map has to be revised as India should be highlighted as khaki now.