How The People Of South Australia Voted In The Same-Sex Marriage Survey

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How The People Of South Australia Voted In The Same-Sex Marriage Survey

The results of the Same-Sex marriage postal survey results are in and Australia has voted 'YES' to same-sex marriage. 

"Of the eligible Australians who expressed a view on this question, the majority indicated that the law should be changed to allow same-sex couples to marry, with 7,817,247 (61.6%) responding Yes and 4,873,987 (38.4%) responding No. Nearly 8 out of 10 eligible Australians (79.5%) expressed their view," the Australian Bureau of Statistics revealed. 

Overall South Australians voted "Yes" with a 62.5% majority.

Here's how Adelaide voted: 

Every state and territory had a "yes" majority, with ACT showing a 74 per cent support for same-sex marriage. NSW had the lowest support at 57.8 per cent. 133 out of 150 electorates voted "yes". 

 "They have spoken in their millions and they have voted overwhelmingly 'Yes' for marriage equality. They voted yes for fairness, yes for commitment, yes for love," Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said. 

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