I read this too. Very interesting.
I've included some particularly interesting quotes below:
Cizik further noted that 40% of young evangelicals have a gay friend or family member, and that over 50% favour same-sex civil unions or marriages. Moreover, only 29% of evangelicals under thirty hold that the "homosexual lifestyle" is a "major" problem.
But Cizik's problems came from the 58% of elderly evangelicals and 46% of baby boomers who do think homosexuality is a serious problem. 80% of theological conservatives report strong discomfort with homosexuality; 40% of evangelicals say schools should have the right to fire gay teachers, and some are wary of donating to HIV/AIDS relief agencies.
It does look like the Evangelicals are moving forward but there is still a long way to go.