Most respondents (86%) do not consider themselves to have a disability
The most common disability types among respondents who have a disability are ‘mobility’ (50%), ‘physical’ (46%), and ‘mental health’ (26%)
Respondents by disability
Base: Total sample (1,157)
This chart shows that:
86% of respondents have no disability
14% of respondents have a disability
Respondents by disability type
Base: Those with a disability (151)
This chart shows that of those with a disability:
50% of respondents have a mobility disability
46% of respondents have a physical disability
26% of respondents have a mental health disability
22% of respondents have a hearing disability
7% of respondents have a learning disability
5% of respondents have a visual impairment
10% of respondents have a different disability
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