Voting for same sex marriage

Jun 2, 2015

Q. If a political party or candidate supported same-sex marriage would you be more likely to vote for them, less likely to vote for them or does it make no difference to your vote?

Total

Vote Labor

Vote Lib/Nat

Vote Greens

Vote Other

Total more likely

34%

46%

21%

78%

16%

Total less likely

22%

15%

28%

2%

41%

Much more likely to vote for them

17%

25%

9%

39%

7%

A little more likely to vote for them

17%

21%

12%

39%

9%

A little less likely to vote for them

7%

6%

9%

1%

10%

Much less likely to vote for them

15%

9%

19%

1%

31%

Makes no difference

40%

36%

49%

19%

42%

Don’t know

4%

3%

2%

1%

1%

34% say they would be more likely to vote for a candidate/party that supported same sex marriage,

22% say they would be less likely and 40% say it would make no difference to their vote.

Those more likely include aged 18-34 (48%) and university educated (39%). Those less likely include aged 65+ (31%).

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