The Cornell Daily Sun February 2020 survey on 515 Cornell University students’ “relationship statuses, dating in the digital age and their sexual habits” (74.76% female, 22.72% male, remainder identifying as non-binary,* genderqueer or other)
(For more information, see the Topic Dating & Sex)
Stats from “ The Sun’s Annual ‘Officially Unofficial’ Love Survey Finds More Love, Sex on Campus This Year,” cornellsun.com, by Kathryn Stamm and Olivia Weinberg, Feb. 14, 2020.
“…The Sun conducted a survey asking students all about their relationship statuses, dating in the digital age and their sexual habits.
The survey was shared over Facebook posts, Tweets, emails, text messages and GroupMe chats over the course of two weeks in February. While the survey was anonymous, it collected some demographic information, including gender identity and academic year.
The majority of the 515 survey respondents self-identified as female — 74.76 percent — with 22.72 percent of respondents being male. The remainder identified as non-binary, genderqueer or something else.
The sophomore class represented the most respondents with 33.2 percent. Juniors followed at 26.8 percent, seniors at 26.6 percent, first-years at 9.3 percent and grad students at 4.1 percent.”
* “To be a non-binary person is – essentially – exactly what it sounds like: To identify yourself, and your gender, as existing outside of the binary definitions of man or woman, masculine or feminine,” glaad.org, 7/14/2019. Article on glaad.org titled, “9 young people explain what being non-binary means to them,” by Kylin Camburn, Glaad Campus Ambassador.
Chart created and posted by SexEd.net December 2020