The survey, released 1 May 2018, found Australians strongly oppose laws allowing LGBTI discrimination in the name of religion. These findings included
- 4 out of 5 Australians oppose laws allowing discrimination against gay and lesbian students and teachers at religious schools
- Virtually the same proportion oppose allowing discrimination against transgender students and teachers at religious schools
- There is strong opposition to refusal of services to same-sex couples in the name of religion
- A majority say religious schools that discriminate should not receive government funding
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