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Public’s view on gay marriage is clear | Townsville Bulletin
Two striking features characterize the state of public opinion about gay rights in general and gay marriage in particular. 1 The first is the increasing level of support in some nations. As Page and Shapiro (1992) observe, large shifts over time in public policy preferences tend to be rare. In the case of gay marriage, however, polling reveals a number of rapid transformations.

Public Opinion on same sex marriage – Pollytics
Public attitudes, gauged in a recent opinion poll, suggest that support for a plebiscite has waned, due in part to the realisation of its non-binding nature and the cost involved. Those in favour argue that social issues like marriage should be resolved …

Gay marriage in Australia: Politics getting in the way
Public opinion of same-sex marriage in Australia has shifted from 38% support in 2004 to consistent majority support of 61% in 2017.

Public Opinion Notes on Gay Marriage and Discrimination in
THE postal survey on same sex-marriage in Australia has recorded a majority yes vote in what will be a significant chapter in our history. Our country isn’t partial to voting in the affirmative

Australia’s Curious Path to Legalizing Gay Marriage - The
The Australian Greens, Senator Xenophon, Mr Wilkie, Ms McGowan and Mr Hinch support same-sex marriage, preferring a parliamentary vote rather than a plebiscite. Mr Katter, Senator Lambie and Senator Hanson oppose same-sex marriage. Prime Minister Turnbull has indicated that Coalition members will not be bound by the outcome of the plebiscite.

Same-sex marriage results: How Australia voted, state by state
Galaxy figures tell us that 64 per cent of Australians support marriage equality, including a majority of people who identify as Christian. But there is something else that Senator Abetz refuses to recognise – the importance of marriage equality to …

Australia Is Having A Plebiscite On Gay Marriage -- Heres
Public opinion of same-sex marriage in the United States is significantly supportive, with an overwhelming majority of Americans being in favor of same-sex marriage. National support for the legal recognition of same-sex marriage rose above 50% for the first time in 2011. Today, support for gay marriage is in the low 70s.

Opinion Piece - Why marriage equality matters | NDARC
THE postal survey on same sex-marriage in Australia has recorded a majority yes vote in what will be a significant chapter in our history. Our country isn’t partial to voting in the affirmative