Prejudices and exclusion about mental health in England 2014, by level of agreement

Attitudes to prejudice and exclusion regarding mental health in England in 2014, by level of agreement

Prejudices and exclusion about mental health in England 2014, by level of agreement This statistic displays the share of prejudices and exclusions regarding mental health in England in 2014, by level of agreement. The majority of respondents, 79 percent strongly disagree that people with mental illness don't deserve our sympathy.
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Attitudes to prejudice and exclusion regarding mental health in England in 2014, by level of agreement

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Agree stronglyTend to agreeNeither agree not disagreeTend to disagreeStrongly disagree
People with mental illness don’t deserve our sympathy 2%2%6%8%79%
It is frightening to think of people with mental problems living in residential neighbourhoods2%7%20%17%49%
I would not want to live next door to someone who has been mentally ill 2%6%23%14%48%
People with mental health problems should not be given any responsibility 2%5%23%30%34%
There is something about people with mental illness that makes it easy to tell them from normal people3%12%19%22%37%
One of the main causes of mental illness is a lack of self-discipline and will-power 5%15%19%20%33%
Agree stronglyTend to agreeNeither agree not disagreeTend to disagreeStrongly disagree
People with mental illness don’t deserve our sympathy 2%2%6%8%79%
It is frightening to think of people with mental problems living in residential neighbourhoods2%7%20%17%49%
I would not want to live next door to someone who has been mentally ill 2%6%23%14%48%
People with mental health problems should not be given any responsibility 2%5%23%30%34%
There is something about people with mental illness that makes it easy to tell them from normal people3%12%19%22%37%
One of the main causes of mental illness is a lack of self-discipline and will-power 5%15%19%20%33%
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This statistic displays the share of prejudices and exclusions regarding mental health in England in 2014, by level of agreement. The majority of respondents, 79 percent strongly disagree that people with mental illness don't deserve our sympathy.
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