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Summary

  • The majority of respondents in the consultation are ‘White’ or ‘White British’ (97%)
  • The remaining respondents are ‘Asian or Asian British’ (1.5%), ‘Mixed or Multiple ethnic group’ (0.8%), ‘Black or Black British’ (0.8%), and ‘Other ethnic group’ (0.3%)
  • The majority of respondents do not identify as having a disability (83%)

Respondents by ethnic group

Base: Total sample (399)

This chart shows that
96.7% of respondents are White
1.5% of respondents are Asian or Asian British
0.8% of respondents are Black or Black British
0.8% of respondents are mixed/multiple ethnic groups
0.3% of respondents are other ethnic group

Do you consider yourself to have a disability under the Equality Act 2010 definition?

Base: Total sample (409)

This chart shows that
83% of respondents do not report to having a disability under the Equality Act 2010 definition
17% of respondents do report to having a disability under the Equality Act 2010 definition

What type of disability do you have?

Base: Respondents with a disability (67)

This chart shows that for respondents who report to having a disability under the Equality Act 2010 definition
46% report to having a mobility disability
43% report to having a physical disability
30% report to having a mental health disability
13% report to having a hearing impairment
9% report to having a sight impairment
7% report to having a learning difficulty
9% report to having an other disability