Millennials are more likely than other generations to see themselves as supporters of gay rights.

According to a Pew Research report titled Millennials in Adulthood: Detached from Institutions, Networked with Friends released Friday, fifty-one percent of respondents aged 18-33 said the phrase “a supporter of gay rights” describes them very well. By contrast 37 percent of Gen Xers (ages 34-49), 33 percent Boomers (50-68) and 32 percent of Silents (69-86) said this describes them well.

Millennials are also less likely than other generations to describe themselves as patriotic (49%) or religious (36%) persons.

When asked about gay marriage, 54 percent of Millennials said they either strongly favor (24%) or favor (30%) allowing gay couples to marry. Only 19 percent are strongly opposed to such unions.

Similarly, Millennials are much more accepting of gay couples raising children, with 35 percent of Millennials answering this is a “good thing for American society.” By contrast 24 percent of Gen Xers, 21 percent Boomers and 11 percent of Silents view this as a positive trend.