Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey 2009

Module: Attitudes to Disability

This page lists the questionlists the questions asked within the Attitudes to Disability module in 2009. Clicking on the question name printed to the left of every question will bring you to the tables of results for that question. Publications and further information on Attitudes to Disability can be found on the Disability Resources page.

DISNEW2: Do you have a long-standing physical or mental health condition or disability?

DISACT: Does this condition or disability have a substantial adverse effect on your ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities?

DISPRJ: Is a lot of prejudice in the UK against disabled people in general?

DIS100: Out of every 100 people living in the UK, how many do you think are disabled?

DNEISENS: How would you feel if a person with a sensory impairment were to move in next door?

DNEIPHYS: How would you feel if a person with a physical disability were to move in next door?

DNEIMENT: How would you feel if a person with a mental health condition were to move in next door?

DNEILDIS: How would you feel if a person with a learning disability were to move in next door?

DBOSSENS: How would you feel if someone with a sensory impairment was appointed as your boss?

DBOSPHYS: How would you feel if someone with a physical disability was appointed as your boss?

DBOSMENT: How would you feel if someone with a mental health condition was appointed as your boss?

DBOSLDIS: How would you feel if someone with a learning disability was appointed as your boss?

DMARSENS: How would you feel if someone with a sensory impairment married a close relative?

DMARPHYS: How would you feel if someone with a physical disability married a close relative?

DMARMENT: How would you feel if someone with a mental health condition married a close relative?

DMARLDIS: How would you feel if someone with a learning disability married a close relative?

DISFULL: How much of the time can disabled people lead as full a life as non-disabled people?

DISFWHY: Why can disabled people not lead as full a life as non-disabled people?

DNEGSHP: What would most people feel if somebody referred to disabled people in a negative way, at your local shops?

DNEGFR: What would most people feel if somebody referred to disabled people in a negative way, with your close friends?

DNEGBOSS: What would most people feel if somebody referred to disabled people in a negative way, at work, in front of your boss?

DNEGCOLL: What would most people feel if somebody referred to disabled people in a negative way, at work, in front of your colleagues?

DISWAY: Do you think of disabled people as getting in the way?

DISDISC: Do you think of disabled people with discomfort and awkwardness?

DISCARE: Do you think of disabled people as needing to be cared for?

DISSAME: Do you think of disabled people as the same as everyone else?

DISPROD: Do you think of disabled people as not as productive as non-disabled people?

DISRIGHT: Have attempts to give equal rights to disabled people gone too far?



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