A survey to measure and track ongoing public awareness and perceptions of the Paralympic Games and ParalympicsGB. The research aimed to uncover the wider social impact of the Paralympic Games on perceptions of disabilities.
- 84% of UK adults say the achievements of ParalympicsGB athletes have a positive impact on society overall as opposed to those saying that these achievements have no wider social impact (16%)
- 74% of UK adults perceive ParalympicsGB to be an inspirational sports team – more than any of the other teams listed
- 82% of disabled UK adults believe the Paralympic Games provides positive media coverage of disabled people
Date Published: 22/08/2019
Categories: Health | Public and communities | Sport | UK
Client: British Paralympic Association (BPA)
ComRes interviewed 2,080 UK adults online between 22nd and 25th February 2019. Data were weighted to be representative of UK adults by age, gender, region and social grade. Findings marked with an asterisk (*) indicate a base size lower than 100 and these findings should therefore be treated as indicative only. ComRes is a member of the UK Polling Council and abides by its rules