The survey also asked about religious affiliation. It found that support for same-sex marriage is:
53% among Christians (with 41% opposed)
62% among members of other religions (with 30% opposed), and
67% among people with no religion (with 24% opposed).
The survey found overall support for allowing same-sex marriages remains steady at 60%, which is statistically identical to the figure found by a Galaxy poll in October last year (taking into account the ±2% margin of error).
However, the poll shows a marked shift in how strongly views on the issue are held. Since October last year, 5% of supporters of equality have shifted from agree to strongly agree, with a similar shift among opponents of reform from strongly disagree to disagree.
For the full poll results, click here.
Stats and text from Australian Marriage Equality.