Summary Findings from the 2016 Ace Community Census and a 2015 Executive Summary

We are excited to share with you the summary results from the 2016 Ace Community Survey and an Executive Summary from the  2015 census.

2016 Report

2015 Executive Summary

We were a little behind schedule, but have been catching up with additional volunteers. 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 2018 Ace Community Census here! (Deadline extended for another week)

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The 2018 Ace Community Survey is now open!

The 2018 survey is now closed!  Thanks to all who participated!


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

The Ace Community Survey, run by the Ace Community Survey Team, collects valuable information on the demographics and experiences of members in the ace community, including asexual, demisexual, gray-asexual, and related identities. 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 2018 Ace Community Survey: https://goo.gl/forms/0iOOOCbD5OX0pT3S2

You will be able to view any published results from the survey at asexualcensus.wordpress.com. The 2016 report will be coming out on Saturday October 27th. 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.