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How did Maranoa vote in marriage survey?

The marriage debate is about nothing more or less than whether fellow human beings can be allowed equality, says Bill Hoffman.
The marriage debate is about nothing more or less than whether fellow human beings can be allowed equality, says Bill Hoffman. JOEL CARRETT

ONLY three electorates in Queensland returned a majority no vote in the same sex marriage survey, including Maranoa. 

In Maranoa 78.2 per cent of eligible participants voted in the survey.

Maranoa returned a majority no vote. 

Voters in the 70-79 years age bracket participated the most in the Maranoa electorate. 

The two other Queensland electorates returned no vote majorities were Kennedy with 53.3 per cent no and Groom with 50.8 per cent no.

 

Go to the ABS website for more information.

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