There is a recurring issue of homelessness in the UK. The following Online Survey shows statistics on public knowledge and opinion on this issue .
According to a research by Geographical: 52,000 individuals were homeless between 2013-14.
Moreover, in 2007, 498 people were sleeping on the streets every night in the UK, half being from London.
Statistics escalated since 2010 , reaching 3,569 rough sleepers on the street in one night.
39,29% avoid rough sleepers
A vast majority of 39,29% avoid rough sleepers.
Only 14.29% would approach them.
An Open question shows similarity in concepts of how to approach the homeless.
58.84% people have a high awareness of local charities
Questions Five shows that 58.84% people have a high awareness of local Homeless charities supporting the cause.
And 25.81% of people who volunteered or donated.
Overall, the public needs to be increasingly involved by donating to charities supporting rough sleepers.