A new poll released this week shows that 76% intend to vote yes in Ireland’s marriage referendum.
The poll was carried out earlier this week to assess voting intentions in Ireland ahead of the country’s referendum on same-sex marriage, which will be held on May 22.
With the highest percentage so far, 76% said they would vote in favour of equal marriage, 21% said they would vote against, and 3% said they did not know.
The age group most likely to support the referendum were the 25-34 showing an 86% support rate whilst the over 65s were least likely, showing a percentage of 55%.
Dublin showed the highest level of support at 79% whilst the lowest support was to be found in Ulster at 67%.
It´s time Ireland!