The WPBSA has today published the results of its Snooker Insight Survey carried out earlier in 2016.
The survey was devised with the aim of learning more about participation in snooker including why people play snooker and what benefits exist for players at all levels. Equally, the WPBSA is keen to better understand what barriers exist to those who don’t play and how these might be overcome by future initiatives.
The survey received responses from 1,351 people, of which 136 answered that they had a disability.
Subjects included general snooker habits, as well as more specific questions as to whether respondents felt that snooker is an inclusive sport for people with disabilities and if not, why.
To view the full results please click here, or alternatively read a report including results from those who stated that they had a disability only by clicking here.
Thank you to everybody who took the time to complete the survey which will be used to help us to shape the future development of our sport.