Poll: Most Britons support gay marriage

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December 12, 2012 15:50

 
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LONDON - Most British people support same-sex marriage but fewer than half of Conservatives do, according to a survey on Wednesday, as governments in Scotland, England and Wales propose allowing gay marriage by 2014.

Fifty-five percent of Britons were in favor of gay marriage in a poll of more than 1,700 adults carried out by YouGov.

But only 46 percent of Conservative voters approved while 48 percent were against.

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