Polish, Latvian and Lithuanian MEPs least gay-friendly

According to the voting habits of members of the European Parliament on resolutions supporting lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people, Polish MEPs are by far the least LGBT-friendly, followed by Latvia, Lithuania and Italy. The friendliest in turn are from Denmark, Estonia and Sweden.
Less than 20% of Polish and 36% of Lithuanian MEPs voted in favour of such resolutions, while three out of four and almost nine out of ten Swedes were in favour. These statistics were gathered from votewatch.eu, a website which tracks MEPs’ voting behaviour, and reported by EUobserver.com.