A national poll has found that Three out of four Australians believe same-sex marriage in the country to be inevitable.
Three out of four Australians believe the law will eventually be changed to allow same-sex marriage, a poll showed Wednesday, prompting activists to renew their call for gay weddings.
The Galaxy poll, commissioned by lobby group Australian Marriage Equality and Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays, questioned 1,052 adults on whether gay marriage was just a matter of time.
“Three in four of Australians say that it is inevitable that eventually the law will change in Australia to allow same-sex couples to marry,” it found.
Australian Marriage Equality national convener Alex Greenwich said most Australians already supported gay marriage, and the latest survey confirmed the public’s growing acceptance of reform.
“Australians have had the discussion, they have had the conversation, and they are either supportive of it or have accepted that it will happen,” he told AFP.
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