The world is divided over the acceptance of homosexuality, a survey released Tuesday finds.
There is wide acceptance of homosexuality in North America, the European Union, and much of Latin America, according to the Pew Research Center survey.
"I can't think of any question we have asked where we have this sort of global polarization," says Juliana Horowitz, the report's lead author and a senior researcher at Pew. "In North America, Europe and several countries in Latin America, we have really high acceptance of homosexuality. In predominantly Muslim nations and in sub-Saharan Africa, we have equally widespread views on the other side."