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Same-sex marriage results crush the idea that Australian voters crave conservatism November 15, 2017 2.21pm EST Danielle Wood , Carmela Chivers , Grattan Institute


Australians voted in massive numbers for marriage equality

Liberal MP Craig Kelly, who supported the No vote, said he would vote in favour of same-sex marriage in the parliament because a 58 per cent majority in his electorate of Hughes voted Yes.


Same-sex marriage vote: How your electorate voted | Daily

Every WA electorate voted Yes in the same-sex marriage survey with more people backing marriage equality in Deputy Liberal Leader Julie Bishops electorate of Curtin than in any other. The Yes vote came in at 72.2 per cent in Curtin, followed by Labor MP Tim Hammonds seat of Perth, which returned a 71.5 per cent Yes result, and Labor MP Josh Wilsons seat of Fremantle, with a 70.1 per cent


Same-sex marriage vote: How your electorate voted | The

Australia becomes the second country to back marriage equality by popular vote. The issue was put to the Australian electorate through a plebiscite, with 61.6% voting for equal marriage. And still, it’s clear this journey is not over yet. The Australian electorate have backed same-sex marriage through a national postal vote


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The inner-city electorate of Sydney had a vote of 83.7 per cent – the equal highest in Australia (with the electorate of Melbourne). Advertisement Supporters of same-sex marriage are seen


Australia same sex marriage survey results australia same sex marriage vote by electorate

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


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A University of Melbourne study of ABC Vote Compass results reveals only one electorate in Australia has a majority of voters opposed to gay marriage. News Only one electorate opposed to same-sex


Same-sex marriage results: How Australia voted, state by australia same sex marriage vote by electorate

AUSTRALIANS have voted YES to same-sex marriage with over 4 million NSW residents taking part in the historic postal vote.


Same-sex marriage survey results breakdown: How did your

Australia becomes the second country to back marriage equality by popular vote. The issue was put to the Australian electorate through a plebiscite, with 61.6% voting for equal marriage. And still, it’s clear this journey is not over yet. The Australian electorate have backed same-sex marriage through a national postal vote survey with a


Same-sex marriage results: How Australia voted, state by state

Jason Clare will vote to legalise same-sex marriage despite his electorate voting "No". But MP Jason Clare has been a vocal supporter of marriage equality since 2012, and will vote in parliament


Same-sex marriage survey results: How your electorate

The history of same-sex marriage in Australia includes its express prohibition by the Howard Government in 2004 and its eventual legalisation by the Parliament in December 2017. Although a same-sex marriage law was passed by the Australian Capital Territory in 2013, it was struck down by the High Court on the basis of inconsistency with federal law.