The vast majority of respondents do not have a disability (90%) whilst 10% of respondents do.
The most common type of disability was a mobility related disability (33%) followed by a physical disability (32%).
Do you consider yourself to have a disability under the Equality Act 2010?
What type of disability do you have?
Base (respondents with a disability): 57
The following chart shows that 10% of respondents said they have a disability.
The following chart shows that of the respondents that have a disability, 33% have a mobility issue and 32% have a physical disability. They are the most common types of disabilities.
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