Religion or belief in relation to sexual orientation (3958)
Type of Data: Religion or belief in relation to sexual orientation (3958)
Faith Community: General
Date: 2018, 9-31 December
Geography: United Kingdom
Sample Size: 4613
Population: Adults aged 16 and over
Keywords: Accept myself, hate myself, importance of religion, National Faith and Sexuality Survey, Ozanne Foundation, religious friends, religious leaders, religious practice, satisfaction with religious or spiritual life, sexual orientation, sexual orientation change therapy, source of conflict, source of strength
Collection Method: Online interview
Collection Agency: Ozanne Foundation
BRIN ID: 3958
National Faith and Sexuality Survey, 2018, promoted through a range of social media platforms and national newspapers. Respondents were self-selecting and did not constitute a national cross-section. In particular, they were disproportionately white, English, and Christian, and there was a significant under-representation of over-65s. The questionnaire focused especially upon efforts to change sexual orientation.
Posted by: Clive D. Field
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