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  • Those aged 45-64 are more critical of the key area of embedding greater awareness of equalities (9%) than other age groups
  • Males are more likely to disagree than females (10% vs 4%)
  • There is little difference in disagreement based on other criteria
  • Those disagreeing with embedding a greater awareness of equalities across the organisation call it vague and unrealistic, feel that the council should be doing this already, and that there is too much focus on minorities
  • Others think it will be used to discriminate against certain groups, or that it is rude to assume someone is unequal based on their protected characteristics

Who disagrees with ‘embedding greater awareness of equalities'?

Base: Total sample: (388) | 16-44 (68) | 45-64 (132) | 65+ (134) | Male (150) | Female (172) | Heterosexual (228) | Other orientations (54) | White British (268) | Other ethnic groups (55) | Disability (117) | No disability (215)

This chart shows the proportion of respondents who disagree with ‘embedding greater awareness of equalities’:
9% of the total sample
4% of 16-44 year olds
9% of 45-64 year olds
7% of 65+ year olds
10% of Males
4% of Females
7% of those who are Heterosexual
6% of those who are of an Other sexual orientation
6% of those from a White British ethnic group
7% of those from Other ethnic groups
8% of those with a Disability
7% of those with No disability

Please tell us why you don't agree with "embedding greater awareness of equalities across the organisation"?

Base: All those disagreeing (36)
wdt_ID Key themes in order of frequency of mentions
1 Vague and unrealistic
2 Should be doing this already
3 Too much focus on minorities
4 Focus on core services
5 Other e.g. will be used to discriminate against groups, rude to assume that someone is unequal because of their protected characteristics