It is ‘quite’ or ‘very’ important to 84% of respondents with multiple protected characteristics that services are attended and/or organised by people with similar characteristics to their own
How important is it to you that council-run LGBTQ+ youth groups or community-run services are attended, and/or organised by people with similar protected characteristics to your own i.e. based on ethnicity, religion or disability?
Base: All those with protected characteristics other than being LGBTQ+ (39)
This chart shows that:
38% feel that it is very important that council-run LGBTQ+ services are attended and/or organised by people with similar protected characteristics to their own
46% feel that it is quite important
13% feel that it is neither important nor not important
3% feel that it is not very important
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