55% of UK adults think refugees around the world need more support with finding shelter or accommodation

Ipsos research for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).

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  • Ben Glanville Senior Consultant, Observer, UK
  • Manas Pawar Omnibus
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When participants (UK adults aged 16-75) were asked: “Thinking about conditions in which refugees live around the world… In which, if any, of the following areas do you think refugees around the world need more support than you believe they are currently getting?”, 55% selected “Finding shelter/ accommodation” from the list of 5 areas shown to them

The following proportions of the respondents selected each of the 5 options at this question:

  • Having enough food to eat (56%)
  • Finding shelter/ accommodation (55%)
  • Having access to healthcare (53%)
  • Having access to clean water (52%)
  • Keeping warm during cold winter months (47%)

Technical note

On behalf of UNHCR, Ipsos interviewed a representative quota sample of 2,256 adults aged 16-75 in UK using its online i:omnibus between 12th – 15th August 2022. Data has been weighted to the known offline population proportions of this audience for age, working status and social grade within gender and government office region.

The author(s)

  • Ben Glanville Senior Consultant, Observer, UK
  • Manas Pawar Omnibus

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