A new study has found that Spain tops a list of 40 countries most accepting of homosexuality.
The Pew Research Center's Global Views on Morality Poll found that nearly 55 percent of Spanish participants surveyed described homosexuality as 'morally acceptable', while 38 percent deemed it 'not a moral issue'.
Just six percent felt that homosexuality was 'morally unacceptable'.
According to the Huffington Post, the results were less optimistic in nations like Ghana and Russia, where 98 percent and 72 percent of participants deemed homosexuality 'morally unacceptable', respectively.
In the United States, 35 percent felt that homosexuality was 'not a moral issue' as compared to 37 percent who said it was 'morally unacceptable'.
The poll found that nearly 23 percent of Americans felt it was 'morally acceptable'.