Poll: Three-Quarters In Favour Of Gay Marriage
A poll published in the Sunday Times yesterday revealed that almost three-quarters of people in Ireland are in favour of gay marriage.
The poll - conducted by the Sunday Times/ Red C - found that 73 percent of Irish people agree that gay couples should be allowed to marry, with 53 percent of respondents agreeing "strongly" with the idea.
A total of 14 percent strongly disagreed with the idea of gay marriage, with 8 percent disagreeing slightly.
The poll also revealed considerable support for gay adoption, with three in five respondents believing that gay couples should be allowed to adopt children.