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Wednesday, 23 July 2014 16:42

A Poll Shows The Support For Marriage Equality Is Falling In Czech Republic

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The center of independent public opinion research (CVVM) published the results of a poll on support for marriage equality in the Czech Republic and unfortunately the results are not good. In fact, support has fallen by 6%.

However, compared to last year, the Czechs are still favorable to the recognition of same-sex civil unions as 73% of them support it.

But when in 2013 the equal marriage had the support of a majority of the country, in 2014, it only represents 45%. This is also the same percentage, 45%, who support adoption by same-sex couples.

The civil unions law or registered partnerships, which gives access to almost all the rights of a married couple, was voted in 2006.


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