Survey: Majority of La. residents support prohibiting gender, sexual orientation discrimination in the workplace

By Rose Velazquez

BATON ROUGE — The majority of Louisianans support measures that would prohibit workplace discrimination based on gender or sexual orientation, but remain almost evenly divided on whether businesses should be allowed to refuse wedding or other services to same-sex couples on religious grounds.

Those are the findings of the sixth and final report of The Louisiana Survey 2017 released Thursday by LSU’s Reilly Center for Media and Public Affairs.

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