WITH just hours to go until the final result, the last poll of the bruising same-sex marriage campaign is concentrating minds in the Yes and No camps. Benedict Brook and AAP news.com.au November
More Australians now support a popular vote on same-sex marriage than holding a free vote in parliament in a surprise reversal of the views expressed just 10 months ago when Bill Shorten and
Australians have overwhelmingly voted in favour of legalising same-sex marriage in a historic poll. The non-binding postal vote showed 61.6% of people favour allowing same-sex couples to wed, the
These poll results show an increase in support for same-sex marriage from around 40 per cent to about 60 per cent over the last six years. The October 2010 Australian Marriage Equality Same Sex Marriage Study found ‘the majority (62 per cent) of Australians agree that same-sex couples should be able to …
The Australian Bureau of Statistics this morning revealed Australians had voted Yes to same-sex marriage, with 61.6 per cent in favour and 38.4 per cent against. There were 7,817,247 votes for Yes
Australia on Tuesday launched a postal vote on whether to legalize same-sex marriage as a widely watched poll indicated the country would be overwhelmingly in support.
The poll, commissioned by Australian Marriage Equality (AME) and conducted by Crosby|Textor in late June 2014, reveals strong and growing support for legalising same-sex marriages since this question was last asked in Nielsen’s 2013 poll. Almost three-quarters of Australians (72%) now support legalising same-sex marriage, including around
SYDNEY ― A nationwide survey on the legalization of same-sex marriage in Australia came back with sweeping support on Wednesday, ending a monthslong campaign for equality that has stoked widespread anxiety in the country’s LGBTQ community. The issue will now go to the Australian …
Australians voted in favour of same-sex marriage, but for many the poll brought out complex emotions.
Support among Australians for same-sex marriage and for a conscience vote on the issue in the Coalition has reached an all-time high, according to a survey by the Liberal Partys own pollster.
Same-sex marriages are legal in a number of countries, such as the US, Canada, Spain, Belgium and South Africa, however these marriages are not recognised by Australian law. The majority (58%) of Australians agree that Australian law should recognise these marriages in the same way it recognises opposite-sex marriages