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Voters back PM on gay marriage - poll

Voters back PM on gay marriage - poll
More than three in five voters support the Government's plans to introduce gay marriage, according to a new poll.

The Guardian/ICM survey found that 62% back the proposals, including 52% of Conservative voters.

A separate poll for PinkNews reveals David Cameron's support for same-sex marriage has transformed his standing among gay people since the general election.

The Tories have boosted their support among LGBT voters to 30%, up from 11% in 2010.

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