Japanese translation of the 2015 Summary Report

2015年度Aセクシャル調査概要報告書の日本語訳ができました。本調査に関するご意見、ご質問などがございましたら、asexualcensus@gmail.com(担当:Baba)へお気軽にお問い合わせください。

2015年度Aセクシャル調査概要報告書(日本語)をダウンロード

This is an announcement of our Japanese translation of our summary report on the 2015 Ace Community Census.  If you want to see the report in its original English, go here.

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Infographics from our 2016 survey

We’re happy to release a peek into the 2016 data! We’ve put together two visualizations based on the 2016 Ace Community Survey. Check them out!

The text of the 2016 survey can be found here.

Update on 6/28/2018: The infographics now have creative commons licenses.  The “Experiences with sex” now excludes non-ace respondents.

Interactive visualizations from our 2016 survey

You can now play with the data! We’ve put together some interactive visualizations from the 2016 Ace Community Survey. You can explore respondents’ experiences with relationships and sexual violence with the ability to filter by age, gender, transness, and ace identity.

The text of the 2016 survey can be found here.

2017 Raw Data Now Available to Researchers

We are pleased to announce that raw data from the 2017 ace community census is now available for researchers wishing to perform additional analysis!

If you are a researcher and would like to request a copy of the raw data, please fill out the new data request form here. Raw data from 2014-2016 is also available.

In addition to the raw data, we are also making available interpreted data from 2014-2015.  That means that for questions that allowed written responses, we read those responses and coded them into categories.

If you have any questions, please contact us at asexualcensus@gmail.com.

The Experiences of Intersex Respondents in the 2014 Ace Community Census

Happy Intersex Awareness Day! And Happy Asexual Awareness Week! We took a deeper look at intersex statistics from our 2014 Ace Community Census and are excited to share with you the 2014 Ace Community Census Report on the Experiences of Intersex Respondents.

This report focuses on the experiences of ace respondents who identified as intersex and ace respondents who indicated that they might be intersex, are waiting for test results, have a diagnosis that sometimes is considered intersex, and other explicitly stated reasons.

While the question of whether or not someone was intersex was originally asked in the 2014 survey, its distributions were not reported on in the 2014 AVEN Community Census: Preliminary Findings report. We are glad we can share them with you now.

And this is a reminder to take the 2017 Ace Community Census here!

Summary Findings from the 2015 Ace Community Census

Happy Asexual Awareness Week! We are excited to share with you the summary results from the 2015 census.

We know it has been a long time coming, but we have considerably more volunteers as of very recently and should be able to get reports out faster in the future. One of the main reasons this report took so long is that we back coded, or read through and included all write in responses where we could. This is time intensive and should be more manageable with a larger number of volunteers. You might also notice that this report is a bit longer than 2014, which also took additional time.

There are additional data analysis and blog posts that we hope to get to to dig deeper. If you a researcher you can also request the data itself.

Also, many thanks to everyone who took the survey! We couldn’t have done it without you.

And this is a reminder to take the 2017 Ace Community Census here!

Take the 2017 Ace Community Census!

Update: the 2017 Census is now closed. Thank you to everyone who participated! Check back in late October of 2018 for next year’s census.


It’s that time of year again – we are now recruiting participants for the Ace Community Census!

The Ace Community Census is an annual survey by the Ace Community Survey Team, which collects valuable information on the demographics and experiences of members in the ace community. It is the largest survey of ace communities and creates a valuable pool of data for future ace community activists and researchers.

The survey is open to anyone: ace, non-ace, or still questioning; as long as you are 13 years of age or older we want to hear from you! We want to get a wide variety of responses from as many parts of the community as possible, so we encourage you to share this link with any other potentially interested individuals you know or any ace communities you participate in.

Click here to take the 2017 Ace Community Census: goo.gl/NXTn5g

You will be able to view any published results from the survey at asexualcensus.wordpress.com. If you would like to automatic email update when new results or announcements are posted, you can subscribe here.

For answers to common questions about the survey, please see the FAQ here.