Tuesday, 9 November 2010

Times: Majority of students for divorce


Just over half of the University students, 54 per cent, agree with the introduction of divorce in Malta, according to the results of a survey carried out by Move.

About 32 per cent were against divorce and the rest were undecided, the survey among 606 students revealed.

Results also showed that 43 per cent of students were in favour of same sex marriages when compared to 49 per cent last year. Meanwhile, 57 per cent did not agree that same sex couples should be allowed to adopt children, 24 per cent agreed and the rest were undecided.

Just over 50 per cent disagreed that an official religion should be enshrined in the Constitution, 45 per cent of students were against the introduction of euthanasia and 51 per cent believed the education system was not bureaucratically efficient.

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