Almost half of parents in an area of Swansea want more Welsh-medium schools, a parents' pressure group has found.
Rhieni dros Addysg Gymraeg (Parents for Welsh-medium education) says the Government is failing to meet demand for Welsh-medium schools.
Menter Iaith Abertawe, the Welsh language body which carried out the research, questioned 108 parents in an area of Swansea where the nearest six primaries are English-medium schools.
It found even in the predominantly English-speaking area of Morriston, 49 per cent of parents would send their children to a Welsh-medium school if it was more accessible.
Of the people questioned 8 per cent already sent their children to a Welsh-medium school.
A Welsh Assembly spokesman said that providing Welsh-medium schools is the responsibility of the local education authority. He sainabud: "Swansea has, since 1997, opened two new Welsh-medium primary schools and a new secondary school. There are two Welsh medium primary schools available in the Morriston area, plus the large new secondary school which has considerable spare capacity."