The majority of Australians (55%) believe that the government should now hold a vote in Parliament about allowing same-sex marriage.
Just 30% of Australians think the current policy should be left in place until the next election.
Greens voters (82%) are most likely to believe there should be a vote in Parliament, followed by Labor (65%), Lib/Nat (47%) and other voters (46%).
Females (57%) were only slightly more likely than males (53%) to think there should be a vote in Parliament.
Those aged 18-24 (65%) were more likely than the average to think that there should be a vote in Parliament.
The full report is available here.