How Australia voted in gay marriage survey

The results of the same marriage equality survey showed 61.6 per cent of eligible voters supported the "yes" campaign.

The crowd react to the postal survey Yes result Melbourne.

Results of same marriage equality survey showed 61.6 per cent of eligible voters supported "yes". (AAP)

HOW AUSTRALIA VOTED ON SAME-SEX MARRIAGE

Yes: 61.6 per cent (7.8 million)

No: 38.4 per cent (4.9 million)

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Proportion of Australians who voted: 79.5 per cent (12.7 million*)

STATE BY STATE

NSW: 57.8 per cent (yes) 42.2 per cent (no)

Victoria: 64.9 per cent (yes) 35.1 per cent (no)

Queensland: 60.7 per cent (yes) 39.3 per cent (no)

SA: 62.5 per cent (yes) 37.5 per cent (no)

WA: 63.7 per cent (yes) 36.3 per cent (no)

Tasmania: 63.6 per cent (yes) 36.4 per cent (no)

NTL 60.6 per cent (yes) 39.4 per cent (no)

ACT: 74 per cent (yes) 26 per cent (no)

(*includes non-clear responses)


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Published 15 November 2017 at 10:32am
Source: AAP