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Friday, 22 September 2017

Suburbs most likely to vote Yes and No for same sex marriage

Suburbs most likely to vote Yes and No for same sex marriage
- Independent data analytics consultancy firm Defin’d crunched the numbers to find out how postcodes will vote in the marriage law postal vote.
The data, released today, found Melbourne University was most likely to vote Yes, swiftly followed by Melbourne CBD, Southbank, Elwood and St Kilda.