A new poll shows more Australians are for marriage equality than ever before.
“Many LGBTI teachers tell us they would like to be out but do not feel their school is a safe environment for them to do so”
Almost half of Australians also think businesses should be allowed to discriminate against same-sex couples.
Almost two thirds of voters say they voted Yes, but it’s not the end of the fight.
A new poll shows very high participation despite fears that young people wouldn’t vote in a postal survey.
The polling also found that a record 69 per cent of young Australians have already turned out to vote.
Marriage equality activists have said the drop in support is due to the ‘no’ campaign’s tactics of conflating marriage equality with school and gender issues.
The poll showed that 58 per cent of religious people support marriage equality and would likely vote yes in the upcoming postal survey.
Assuming the plebiscite goes ahead, pro–marriage equality voters have been urged not to boycott it on the grounds that it will give strength to the ‘no’ vote.