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7.8M Australians Said 'Yes' To Same-Sex Marriage — What Happens Next?

Newsy Wednesday, 15 November 2017 ()
7.8M Australians Said 'Yes' To Same-Sex Marriage — What Happens Next?Watch VideoAustralians just showed overwhelming support for same-sex marriage, and that means the country could legalize it very soon.

In a historic postal survey, 61.6 percent of more than 12.7 million Australians voted "yes" to allow same-sex couples to marry. Crowds celebrated on the streets after the results were...
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News video: Australians say ‘yes’ to marriage equality

Australians say ‘yes’ to marriage equality 01:54

Same-sex marriage supporters won a landslide victory in a nationwide postal survey, ensuring Parliament votes on the issue Report by Carrf. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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5DN 972 RT @7NewsAdelaide: Australians have said “Yes” to same-sex marriage in an strong show of support. https://t.co/TolPUgINa4 @elspethussey7 #S… 12 hours ago

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Morch #LGBTQI: #Australians have voted “YES” on #same-sex #marriage. Ask politicians to pass marriage equality NOW!: https://t.co/mTiczdbkih 12 hours ago

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john heaney @RitaOra well said rita, such a wonderfull day for australians, please now get behind the same thin happening in northern ireland. 14 hours ago

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Erika RT @nytimes: "This is our proudest moment as gay and lesbian Australians," said an artist from Sydney https://t.co/IwEIo2e7TQ 16 hours ago

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Dorian Geiger RT @nytimesworld: “It shows that Australians have truly come together in support of their gay and lesbian mates,” one advocate said https:/… 17 hours ago

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New York Lantern 7.8M Australians Said 'Yes' To Same-Sex Marriage — What Happens Next? https://t.co/K47YzXhQ0r 23 hours ago

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