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Homosexuals and marriage
Slightly less than 50% agree that homosexuals should be given the right to marry in Malta, whilst 35.2% are against homosexuals being given the right to marry and 16.2% are indecisive.
Table: Do you agree that homosexuals should be given the right to marry in Malta?
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For this issue there are different views between females and males. In fact there is a statistical significant difference (p is less than 0.05) between the two genders. The absolute majority of females agree that homosexuals should be given the right to marry (54%), whilst for the males there are 42% which are in favour. There are more males which are against than there are in favour. This result contrasts when it comes to the females.
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Survey compiled by Vincent Marmarà for ‘MOVE-Progressive Students’.
Mr Maramarà B.Sc. (Hons), M.Sc. (Statistics) is the President of the Malta Statistics and Operations Research Organization (MSTOR).