A new survey has shed light on European attitudes to discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
The European Commission's report also found that 46% of respondents across the European Union think gay people face discrimination, while 46% think they rarely or never do.
Similarly, 45% across the EU think transgender people face discrimination, and 42% disagree. It is the first time gender identity has been included in the survey.
However, a breakdown of the figures reveal large disparities between the 27 countries.