Tuesday, June 19, 2012

UK poll finds low support for 'gay marriage' legalization

Britain's gay population largely apathetic to mandate
Pope Benedict XVI walks with British Prime Minister
David Cameron in Birmingham, England, in a
September 2010 photo. Cameron intends to recognize
same-sex unions as marriage, something  which is not a
priority for the country's same-sex community.
Carl Court / CNS.
The B.C. Catholic has a Catholic News Agency story about a poll that shows Brits aren't behind Prime Minister David Cameron's crusade to legalize gay marriage:
A recent poll in the United Kingdom found that most gay, lesbian, and transgendered people in the country do not support homosexual “marriage,” despite Prime Minister David Cameron’s intent to legalize it.

The survey – conducted from April 27 to May 20 by the firm ComRes for Catholic Voice – showed that only a minority of the British homosexual population considers the legalization of gay marriage to be a priority. Nearly half of those surveyed said Cameron’s plan is more about making his party appear compassionate than about a conviction on the issue. 
Read the full story at The B.C. Catholic website.

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