Today's announcement of the same sex marriage survey results showed Aussies overwhelmingly support marriage equality.
Nearly 80% of eligible voters participated in the survey – 7,817,247 (61.6%) said yes while 4,873,987 (38.4%) said no.
Queensland's results were close to the national average with 60.7% supporting same sex marriage, and 39.3% opposed.
Support in the Flynn and Capricornia federal electorates was slightly lower, but both showed a yes majority.
75,803 people in Flynn had their say in the survey, with 39,020 (51.5%) saying yes and 36,783 (48.5%) saying no.
Capricornia had less respondents at 73,834 but showed slightly stronger support for marriage equality: 39,917 (54.1%) in favour trumped the 33,917 (45.9%) against.