Poll: Support for marriage equality in Poland doubled over nine years, but remains low

Pink News
January 10, 2013

According to a new poll, support for equal marriage in Poland has doubled since 2003, but still remains low.

The poll by TNS Polska indicated that in 2003, 8% of Polish people supported marriage equality, which had risen to 16% in 2012, reports Polskie Radio.

The study was conducted between 6 and 10 December 2012 from a representative sample of 1000.

The poll also found that 43% of Poles supported cohabitation of unmarried couples in 2003, which rose to 51% in 2012.