MarriagEquality's report in pdf: A staggering 81%, or eight out of ten people believe that all people living in Ireland should receive equal treatment from the state regardless of whether they are lesbian, straight or gay. Indeed, six out of ten people believe that denying marriage to lesbians and gay men is a form of discrimination. The same number, six out of ten, further believe that excluding lesbians and gay men from marriage in a registry office is unfair.
Above text courtesy of Dermod Moore: http://delicious.com/bonhom.ie
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