Czech Republic: Voters now evenly split on same-sex marriage

A new poll of voters in the Czech Republic has found almost half now support same-sex marriage while less than half still oppose it. 49% of those polled said they now support it while only 47% said they still oppose it.

Registered partnerships for same-sex couples, first introduced in the Czech Republic in 2006, were strongly supported by Czech voters with three-out-of-four people saying they supported them, or nearly 75%. However adoption by same-sex couples remains controversial among Czechs, with a majority still saying they should not be able to adopt children from adoption agencies. Read More