Over 740 people responded to the survey over a couple of weeks to say they were concerned about gender ideology in schools and the healthcare system, in organisations, public policy and the law. You can read their stories.
This data here covers the UK responses (around 600 people)*
9 out of 10 of the people who responded were women
(but there were some men)
The majority over 35, but younger people were not unrepresented (including students)
About two thirds were parents
Almost a quarter lesbian, gay or bisexual
Four out of five on the left
Three quarters non-religious
* The survey was mainly directed at respondents from the UK, but stories have been included from around the world.
The survey invited responses from people who are “gender critical”, but also got some from trans rights activists.