More Anglicans Support Gay Marriage than Oppose it (According to YouGov)




Younger Anglicans are more likely to support same-sex marriage than oppose it, that’s according to the latest YouGov survey.

Of the 1,500 Anglicans asked, 45% said they were in favour of equal marriage, with 37% opposed. It's the first time that the survey has found more for than against. 

Anglican men over the age of 55 were found to be the demographic least likely to support gay marriage.

It’s worth pointing out that the Anglican leadership is made up almost exclusively of men over 55.

For now, the Church of England maintains that marriage can only be between a man and woman. 











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