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To provide welcoming entrances for all users.

 

Summary

  • A majority of respondents agree with the principle ‘to provide welcoming entrances for all users’ (78%)
  • Agreement levels are high across all ages but more so in those aged 25 to 34 (87%) and 55 to 64 (82%)
  • Differences in agreement levels are seen between respondents of different ethnicities where ethnic minority groups are less likely to agree with this principle (9 percentage points difference) however just under a third neither agree nor disagree (31%)

To what extent do you agree or disagree with this principle? - total sample

Base: Total sample (568)

This chart shows that 78% of respondents agree or strongly agree with the principle ‘to provide welcoming entrances for all users‘, 18% neither agree nor disagree, and 4% disagree or strongly disagree

To what extent do you agree or disagree with this principle? - by age

Base: from top to bottom - (8*) | (30) | (70) | (90) | (137) | (130) | (39) *Caution small base

This chart shows to what extent respondents agree with the principle ‘to provide welcoming entrances for all users‘:
75% of respondents aged 16-24 agree or strongly agree with this principle, and 25% neither agree nor disagree
87% of respondents aged 25-34 agree or strongly agree with this principle, and 13% neither agree nor disagree
74% of respondents aged 35-44 agree or strongly agree with this principle, 21% neither agree nor disagree, and 4% disagree or strongly disagree
77% of respondents aged 45-54 agree or strongly agree with this principle, 20% neither agree nor disagree, and 3% disagree or strongly disagree
82% of respondents aged 55-64 agree or strongly agree with this principle, 18% neither agree nor disagree, and 1% disagree or strongly disagree
78% of respondents aged 65-74 agree or strongly agree with this principle, 18% neither agree nor disagree, and 4% disagree or strongly disagree
79% of respondents aged 75 and over agree or strongly agree with this principle, and 21% neither agree nor disagree

To what extent do you agree or disagree with this principle? - by frequent users

Base: Frequent users (522) | Less frequent users (34)

This chart shows to what extent respondents agree with the principle ‘to provide welcoming entrances for all users‘:
79% of frequent users agree or strongly agree with this principle, 18% neither agree nor disagree, and 3% disagree or strongly disagree
79% of frequent users agree or strongly agree with this principle, and 21% neither agree nor disagree

To what extent do you agree or disagree with this principle? - by ethnicity

Base: White or White British (460) | Ethnic minority groups (16*) *Caution small base

This chart shows to what extent respondents agree with the principle ‘to provide welcoming entrances for all users‘:
78% of White or White British respondents agree or strongly agree with this principle, 19% neither agree nor disagree, and 3% disagree or strongly disagree
69% of respondents from ethnic minority groups agree or strongly agree with this principle, and 31% neither agree nor disagree

To what extent do you agree or disagree with this principle? - by sex

Base: Male (199) | Female (298)

This chart shows to what extent respondents agree with the principle ‘to provide welcoming entrances for all users‘:
78% of male respondents agree or strongly agree with this principle, 18% neither agree nor disagree, and 4% disagree or strongly disagree
79% of female respondents agree or strongly agree with this principle, 19% neither agree nor disagree, and 2% disagree or strongly disagree

To what extent do you agree or disagree with this principle? - by disability

Base: Disability (73) | No disability (423)

This chart shows to what extent respondents agree with the principle ‘to provide welcoming entrances for all users‘:
81% of respondents with a disability agree or strongly agree with this principle, 15% neither agree nor disagree, and 4% disagree or strongly disagree
78% of respondents without a disability agree or strongly agree with this principle, 20% neither agree nor disagree, and 3% disagree or strongly disagree