Berkshire Hathaway Chairman and CEO Warren Buffet has dismissed a report that gave his investment firm a low score for its LGBT policies.

Berkshire scored a “0” on the Human Rights Campaign's (HRC) annual Corporate Equality Index (CEI), which ranks companies based on employment policies and practices pertaining to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees.

Appearing on cabler CNBC's On The Money, Buffet explained that it's company policy not to respond to surveys.

“We get surveys all the time … on all kinds of things, and we basically don't answer them,” Buffet said.

“I do not set the policies for the 75 companies,” he said, then added, “Certainly, our managers know how I feel. I am 100% for full rights, in every respect, for gays and lesbians.”

An HRC spokesman responded: “We believe, as do the majority of Fortune 1,000 companies, that proactive nondiscrimination policies should be in place by every company to reflect their commitment to equal treatment to all of its employees.”