Attitudes to Gender I Public Survey
Between October and December 2018 we ran an Attitudes to Gender survey 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. The UK Government ran a public consultation on possible reform to the Gender Recognition Act (2004) in England and Wales between July 2018 and the 22nd October 2018 which, although completely unrelated to this research project, meant that we had a large number of responses to our Attitudes to Gender survey; 3101 responses in total. Click here for the demographic makeup of survey respondents.
Click through to our infographics, which summarise:
- the characteristics of the people who completed the survey.
- the answers to key questions that were asked about gender in everyday life.
- the answers to key questions that were asked about legal gender.
See also our blog posts:
- Engendering criticism? reflection on feedback to our Attitudes to Gender survey
- Moving beyond the binary? The enduring power of biological sex in our survey responses.
We will be adding further updates on the findings of the survey once they have been compiled.