Pew released a study with percentages of LGBT Americans who oppose, or are indifferent to, same-sex marriage and which LGBT demographic groups are most opposed to same-sex marriage reports The Washington Post. The data, collected in 2013, reveals that seven percent of LGBT Americans outright oppose same-sex marriage while another 18 percent of the same group says they may favor it, but that they don't feel strongly about marriage. One of the most telling figures from the study is that 39 percent of the LGBT community said that the marriage fight is taking focus off other issues of importance to them.
The study said that opposition to gay marriage in the the LGBT community is primarily driven by three groups; LGBT blacks, LGBT Republicans and bisexual Americans. Figures show that although 58 percent of the LGBT black community strongly favored same-sex marriage, 12 percent oppose it. However, the Republican LGBT community opposed same-sex marriage the most with 19 percent (1 in 5) against same-sex marriage with only 45 percent of LGBT Republicans supporting same-sex marriage. Only eight percent of bisexuals oppose gay marriage and 22 percent of bisexuals didn't feel strongly either way about it. Only two percent of lesbians oppose same-sex marriage while four percent of gay men opposing same-sex marriage.
However, the study is only representative of those polled for the study and not a complete representation of all LGBT Americans views on same-sex marriage. Transgender people were also surveyed for the study however, according to Pew the sample size was too small to analyze separately.
For more information on the study and a breakdown of other groups involved in the study, head to pewresearch.org.