Gender Census 2018: UK Summary

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Who? Everyone whose gender doesn’t tidily fit into the female/male binary.

What? An online survey asking participants how they describe themselves and how they would like other people to refer to them.

When? February to March 2018.

Participants: 1,535

The full report: click here

Raw data and summary tables: Identitytitlespronouns, and the original spreadsheet of all responses. (4.2 MB)


Identity words

The top five were:

  1. nonbinary – 57% (down 7.6%)
  2. trans – 34% (up 1.7%)
  3. transgender – 28% (up 1.8%)
  4. genderqueer – 28% (down 5.5%)
  5. agender – 23% (down 4.8%)

Click here for the chart in Google Sheets.


Titles

The top 5 were:

  1. Mx – 38.6% (up 1%)
  2. No title at all – 27.4% (up 0.2%)
  3. Mr – 8.1% (up 2.3%)
  4. Ms – 7.8% (up 4.7%)
  5. Miss – 5.5% (up 1.3%)

Click here for the chart in Google Sheets.


Pronouns

Here’s the top 5:

  1. Singular they – they/them/their/theirs/themself – 73.6% (down 4.9%)
  2. She – she/her/her/hers/herself – 31.7% (up 3.8%)
  3. He – he/him/his/his/himself – 26.9% (down 2.9%)
  4. Mix it up – 11.3% (down 0.6%)
  5. None/avoid pronouns – 9.9% (down 0.4%)

Click here for the chart in Google Sheets.


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2019-01-04