Seventy-five percent of LGBT people are actively boycotting Chick-fil-A over its opposition to gay marriage.

(Related: Chick-fil-A's Dan Cathy deletes tweet criticizing gay marriage rulings.)

Community Market & Insights' (CMI) annual LGBT survey compiles the opinions of more than 30,000 people living in more than 100 countries.

CMI noted that “obviously the media consumption, purchasing patterns and motivations of a 25-year-old single gay man living in New York Cit are completely different than those of a lesbian couple in their 60s living in Sedona, Arizona.” So the study “helps organizations understand how the LGBT community sometimes responds as one voice, or when demographic differences such as gender, age, and geographic residence are far more important.”

According to the survey, Seattle-based coffee giant Starbucks ranks highest among brands perceived as supportive of the LGBT community. JCPenney, Target, Apple and Amazon round out the top five.

Additional findings were reported by the Wisconsin Gazette.