For the 11 days of the Paralympics, disabled athletes are centre stage - impressing and inspiring people up and down the country.
David Cameron said he hopes the Games will change people's views on disability.
But an exclusive ITV News/ComRes poll has found that while it may change attitudes - a worrying number of people believe discrimination will still continue.
Nina Nannar reports:
ITV News/ComRes poll results:
85% think Paralympians are great role models.
More than four out of five (82%) say the Paralympic Games will help to make disabled people more visible in the media.
Two thirds (65%) say the Games will reduce negative stereotypes about disabled people.
56% think discrimination against disabled people will reduce because of the Paralympic Games.
46% say Paralympic athletes are more inspirational than Olympic athletes but 34% disagree.