Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Majority in Great Britain support marriage equality

According to a poll conducted for The Guardian, 62% of Britain's voting public endorses Prime Minister David Cameron's plan for marriage equality:
The ICM poll conducted just before Christmas found 62% of voters now support the proposals, with half this number – 31% – opposed. Most previous polls have found opinion leaning the same way, although the two-to-one margin revealed on Wednesday is particularly emphatic. An ICM online survey for the Sunday Telegraph in March asked the identical question – which expressly reminds people that the option of civil partnerships already exists for gay couples – and established a 45%-36% lead for the reformers.

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