Discrimination in the European Union (including LGBTI)
The survey focusses on person’s perceptions, attitudes and opinions of discrimination based on ethnic origin, skin colour, sexual orientation, gender, age, disability, religion, and beliefs. It shows that, compared to 2015, fewer EU citizens now perceive discrimination as being widespread in their country. However, perceptions, opinions and attitudes still vary widely depending on the group discriminated against and also from country to country.
Monitoring the public opinion in the European Union member and candidate countries is the mission
of the Eurobarometer programme, which comprises a series of instruments and is conducted by GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences.
Download whole report in English and country-specific factsheets here.