The Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has attempted to blame Muslims for voting against the same sex marriage. The country still is in the process of adoption of the same sex marriage through Parliament after a divisive public voting where equal marriage should be legal. Australians gave their amazing support to equality in the voting, with 61.60% of Yes – answer and 38.40% of No – answer.
12 seats in country that voted against the same sex marriage were in western Sydney, along with three Queensland electorates and two Victorian regions. Malcolm Turnbull, the country’s prime minister named the migrant population in western Sydney as the reason for the result. He told that the numbers speak for themselves, and you can see the biggest No votes were in electorates with a numerous migrant population, and particularly a large Muslim population and several seats in western Sydney and in Melbourne. He added too that in some of those seats there are a very large Muslim community and it is very conservative to issues like this and very little support for equal marriage.
Somewhere else this week a wide-ranging opinion poll of LGBTI-Australians has shown opposition to the equal marriage bill that allows discrimination in the name of religion.
The research showed a slim majority of LGBTI-people would rather wait than accept a compromised bill. The research showed too that almost 80% of LGBTI-Australians were affected by the postal sociological survey. The opinion poll of 3,300 LGBTI-Australians across all demographics was run by designed by social scientist, Dr Sharon Dane.