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We not only asked about instances of sexual harassment but also whether people had felt able to report it and what impact the sexual harassment had on their physical and mental health.

ICM interviewed a sample of 1,001 LGBT workers (who have worked within the last 5 years) aged 18+ living in Great Britain online between 22 November and 5 December 2018. No quotas were set as the exact profile of LGBT people in Great Britain is not available in census data. Data therefore remains unweighted.

ICM also conducted an additional 150 interviews among female LGBT workers (who have worked within the last 5 years) aged 18+ living in Great Britain, in order to facilitate a more robust analysis. These interviews have been combined with those from LGBT women from the main sample, and can be seen in the ‘women only’ data tables.

The TUC’s report can be read here. The report was covered widely, including by The Guardian and the BBC.

The overall LGBT workers data can be viewed by clicking here

The boosted data on LGBT women workers can be viewed by clicking here

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