National LGBTIQ Postal Vote Survey

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SURVEY SHOWS LGBTIQ AUSTRALIANS ARE OVERWHELMING OPPOSED TO A POSTAL VOTE 

LGBTI Australians strongly oppose a postal vote on marriage equality.

That's the finding of a new survey of the LGBTI community.

The survey of 5,261 LGBTI Australians across all demographics was commissioned by Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays and just.equal, and conducted by social science researcher, Dr Sharon Dane. 

It found almost 80% opposition to a postal vote which increased to almost 90% when respondents were informed it would be a voluntary vote that won't be binding on MPs. 

The survey also asked respondents their preferred response to a postal vote, with 56.5% saying they oppose it but are also prepared to win it if it is held. Only 15% said they prefer to boycott the vote.

To find out what LGBTIQ Australians think about a postal vote on their right to marry, click here.

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Equal Means Equal - almost 90% of LGBTIQ Australians oppose being subject to new forms of targeted anti-LGBTIQ discrimination

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The current proposal to amend the Marriage Act includes provisions that would broaden anti-discrimination exemptions that would allow new ways to specifically discriminate against LGBTIQ Australians. 


We asked the nations LGBTIQ community what they thought of these changes.

Unsurprisingly, almost 90% of the 6,352 LGBTIQ adult Australian respondents were strongly opposed to any proposal to make it legal for individuals and organisations to refuse their services to same-sex couples, based on personal conscience or religious belief when participants were informed the refusal of services would apply to only same-sex couples. Read the full report here.


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The majority of Australians (55%) believe that the government should now hold a vote in Parliament about allowing same-sex marriage.

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Study: Irish Marriage Equality Referendum "A Megaphone For Hate & Homophobia"

new study released today shows:
 
• Irish LGBTI people felt very upset, angry and anxious during the marriage equality referendum campaign. 
• Younger LGBTI people and the children of same-sex couples were worst affected. 
• Only 23% of Irish LGBTI people and families in the survey would be happy to have referendum again. 
 
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LGBTIQ Plebiscite Survey Summary

Here's the full summary of the LGBTIQ Plebiscite Survey.

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Survey Shows Overwhelming Opposition to Plebiscite in LGBTI Communities

A survey of 5,500 LGBTIQ people in late July, perhaps the biggest poll of its kind on this issue, voiced their opposition to a plebiscite for equal marriage. The survey included men and women of all ages, and in every state and territory of Australia. 

 

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