Support for same-sex marriage

Date
April-June 2014
Regions Surveyed
49

Full Survey Results

Between April 18th to June 20th, 2014, The International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intesex Association (ILGA) and the RIWI Corporation (RIWI) conducted a global survey on the public attitudes towards same-sex marriage. The survey consisted of 51,700 Web users in 51 countries. "Don't Know" responses are omitted. The report was published on May 13, 2015.

Question: "Should same-sex marriage be legal?"

No
Yes
Survey Average
45.7%
33.1%
  1. 1. Spain
    22%
    58%
  2. 2. Canada
    29%
    53%
  3. 31%
    55%
  4. 25%
    49%
  5. 5. Ireland
    29%
    52%
  6. 6. Germany
    29%
    51%
  7. 7. Austria
    32%
    52%
  8. 30%
    49%
  9. 30%
    48%
  10. 10. Argentina
    34%
    49%
  11. 11. Mexico
    32%
    47%
  12. 33%
    45%
  13. 13. China
    34%
    38%
  14. 14. Australia
    38%
    42%
  15. 15. France
    37%
    38%
  16. 16. Japan
    30%
    28%
  17. 17. Israel
    41%
    39%
  18. 18. Brazil
    41%
    37%
  19. 36%
    32%
  20. 20. Italy
    42%
    38%
  21. 21. Chile
    44%
    36%
  22. 22. Algeria
    39%
    28%
  23. 23. India
    44%
    33%
  24. 24. Egypt
    41%
    28%
  25. 25. Colombia
    47%
    34%
  26. 26. Sudan
    43%
    29%
  27. 27. Morocco
    46%
    31%
  28. 28. Malaysia
    45%
    28%
  29. 43%
    26%
  30. 50%
    31%
  31. 31. Pakistan
    53%
    32%
  32. 49%
    28%
  33. 52%
    31%
  34. 34. Venezuela
    51%
    28%
  35. 35. Peru
    53%
    29%
  36. 55%
    27%
  37. 37. Poland
    54%
    25%
  38. 38. Ecuador
    56%
    25%
  39. 55%
    24%
  40. 40. Syria
    56%
    21%
  41. 41. Kenya
    64%
    27%
  42. 42. Guatemala
    61%
    23%
  43. 43. Tunisia
    62%
    18%
  44. 44. Jamaica
    64%
    13%
  45. 45. Nigeria
    69%
    18%
  46. 46. Ukraine
    66%
    13%
  47. 47. Indonesia
    73%
    14%
  48. 48. Russia
    73%
    11%
  49. 49. Ghana
    76%
    12%

Regions are ranked by the percentage of "support" responses out of the total responses (excluding participants who answered "don't know" or refused to answer).