Between October and December 2018 we ran a public survey, Attitudes to Gender,, which focused on asking questions to gain a better understanding of what legal gender status means for people, and whether it matters to individuals in their everyday lives. We were pleased to receive 3101 responses to our survey.
For analysis and discussion of responses to our survey, please see our recent article:
Peel, E. and Newman, H. (2020). “Gender’s Wider Stakes: Lay Attitudes to Legal Gender Reform.” 10(2) feminists@law. Plus commentaries by Kath Browne and Shona Hunter.
Also, see our blog posts:
Read more about our key findings from this strand of the research.