Irish Poll Predicts Marriage Equality Landslide

Written by scott on October 13th, 2014

titleA new Irish poll shows that 67% would vote for marriage equality when it comes before the country on the ballot in May of 2015.

Pink News reports:

An Irish Times/Ipsos Mori poll was carried out on the issue this week, ahead of a planned referendum on same-sex marriage which is scheduled for May 2015. When quizzed on voting intentions, 67 percent of people said they would vote for equal marriage, 20 percent said they would vote against, 3 percent refused to answer, and the rest were undecided. With undecided voters excluded, a huge 77 percent of people polled will back equal marriage next year, with just 23 percent voting against.

Potential low turnout and an anti-gay religious campaign could still endanger the initiative.

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1 Comments so far ↓

  1. Eric Osterberg says:

    Way to go Ireland!

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