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Gay marriage: Poll suggests support for same sex marriage support for same-sex marriage in australia
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 …

A growing number of countries are legalizing same-sex marriage amid a steady advance in rights for LGBTQ+ people, but opposition remains strong in many countries. Support for same-sex marriage

Revealed: who supports marriage equality in Australia
Australias longest-running annual lifestyle survey has revealed women are having second thoughts about whether a husband is for life, while support is growing for same-sex marriage.

Australians decisively support same-sex marriage - BBC News
Australians are increasingly supportive of marriage equality, with a recent Crosby Textor survey showing seventy-two percent, believe same sex couples should be allowed to marry. We agree. Of the remaining twenty-eight percent only fourteen percent strongly opposed the proposition.

Marriage equality in Australia | Attorney-Generals Department support for same-sex marriage in australia
The Australian Football League has been a longtime supporter of same-sex marriage, and recently it has been the National Rugby League, Cricket Australia and the Australian Rugby Union pledging

Poll shows growing support for same-sex marriage support for same-sex marriage in australia
On 9 December 2017, the right to marry in Australia was no longer determined by sex or gender. In 2017, Australians voted in favour of marriage equality via a postal survey.. On 9 December 2017, the Marriage Act 1961 was updated to allow for marriage equality. The Act defines marriage as the union of 2 people to the exclusion of all others, voluntarily entered into for life.