>Sex Uncovered – The way we love now: Britain and sex in 2008, a survey published last week-end by The Observer reveals that while only six per cent of Britons define their sexual orientation as homosexual or bisexual, 13% of respondents have had a same sex experience in their lives.
On a darker note, 24% (1 in 4) think gay sex should be outlawed and 43% wouldn’t have sex with someone of a different colour.
To see the results on homosexuality, click here.
Sex Uncovered – The way we love now: Britain and sex in 2008
A sample of 1,044 UK adults aged 16+ were interviewed by ICM Research in September 2008. Participants completed a confidential questionnaire, which was then placed in a sealed envelope. Interviews were conducted across the country and the results have been weighted to the profile of all adults. The statistical margin of error for this type of survey is about 3%.