Two-thirds of eligible Australians have now had their say on marriage equality, ABS stats reveal

Mark Kearney
Updated October 17 2017 - 2:22pm, first published 2:03pm
Another 800k surveys sent in
Another 800k surveys sent in

More than two-thirds of Australian voters have had their say in a survey that will likely determine if marriage equality becomes law, the Australian Bureau of Statistics has today revealed. 

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Mark Kearney

Mark Kearney


Journalist. Traveller. Pop culture connoisseur. Mark is passionate about education, the arts and social justice, especially stories affecting the LGBTI community.

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