Attitudes to Gender I Public Survey
Our public opinion survey Attitudes to Gender was open from October to December 2018 to anyone over the age of 18. It asked respondents about their opinions on the significance of gender, including the categories of female/male in everyday life, and views on whether the law should be reformed so that infants are no longer legally declared female/male at birth.
The survey had three sections: Section 1 asked respondents to provide information about themselves; Section 2 focused on gender in everyday life; and Section 3 asked about their attitudes towards how the law assigns gender.
We had 3101 responses to the survey.
Click here for the demographic makeup of survey respondents.
We will be adding further updates on the findings of the survey once they have been compiled.
We are looking for a cross-section of people to participate in the next stage of the research project. If you are interested, please click here.
Support & resources
You can find organisations and sources of support in relation to gender here.