Depressing stuff from the NUS:
31 per cent of Lesbian, Gay or Bisexual (LGB) students surveyed experienced at least one hate incident related to their sexual orientation, as compared to two per cent of heterosexual respondents. Gay students were most likely to be targeted, with 43 per cent of respondents stating they had been a victim, compared to 40 per cent of lesbians and 19 per cent of bisexual students.
Respondents identifying as Jewish, Muslim, or Sikh reported considerably higher rates of incidents motivated by a prejudice against their religion than other religious groups. 31 per cent of Jewish respondents, 17 per cent of Muslim respondents, and 13 per cent of Sikh respondents stated they had been a victim of a religious hate incident.