Institute: North Druid Hills Has High Concentration of Gay Couples
An institute at the University of California, Los Angeles found that our community has a large percentage of gay couples compared to other communities across the state.
North Druid Hills has one of the highest concentrations of gay couples among cities and communities in Georgia, according to a California think tank.
In fact, the Georgia communities with the highest concentration of same-sex couples are all eastern Atlanta suburbs, the newspaper reported. Avondale Estates has the heaviest concentration of gay couples at 49.30 per 1,000 households. Decatur has 39.37 per 1,000. North Decatur has 30 per 1,000.
From the story:
Not surprisingly, the Williams Institute found that Atlanta's Fulton County had the highest total of same-sex couples at 5,554. DeKalb County, also part of the heart of the Atlanta metro area, ranked second at 5,006 couples. The two traded places for first and second when tallied based on the concentration of gay couples: DeKalb cited 18.42 same-sex couples per 1,000 households, while Fulton cited 14.76 per 1,000.
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