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The “Creativity’s Diversity Disconnect” study’s quantitative findings came from an online survey of 750 U.S. creative professionals about their perceptions of diversity and experience in education and the workplace. The survey was conducted from August 29–September 5, 2017. The margin of error for the sample is +/- 3.6%. Adobe also interviewed 10 U.S. creative professionals, educators and community leaders to provide color into the top-level survey findings. These interviews were conducted between September 25–October 4, 2017. The research was commissioned by Adobe. The survey research was produced by Edelman Intelligence and the interview research by Tai Wingfield.
*We also analyzed responses by gender, but didn’t find many significant differences between men and women. These findings line up with broader industry data overall that suggest a robust pipeline exists for female creatives.