One thousand people filled in an online questionnaire. 78 percent said they would not mind if a family member came out as homosexual. 77 percent said they had no problem with lesbian same sex-marriage, and 71 percent were tolerant of gay same-sex marriage. But only 59 percent said they approved of two gay men adopting a child.
Regarding racism, 82 percent said they had no problem visiting an African-born dentist, and 79 percent said they were happy to be operated on by a Turkish-born surgeon.
Only ten percent said they felt uncomfortable with a woman for a boss.
Questioned on the topic of Islam, 65 percent said they would be against a family member converting to Islam, and 64 percent did not want a mosque in their neighbourhood.