Via Rex Wockner:
Sixty-five percent of Mexicans agree with “approving marriage of persons of the same sex at the national level,” a new BGC-Excélsior poll has found. Thirty-four percent disagree.
Sixty-six percent agree or agree in part with changing the federal constitution to permit at the national level that persons of the same sex or different sex can establish a legal union to live together with rights and obligations under the law, such as inheritance, joint property and procreation and education of children.
Fifty-five percent said same-sex marriage should be legalized with equal rights to marriage between a man and woman. Eighteen percent said same-sex marriage should be legalized but with fewer rights than marriage between a man and woman. Twenty-five percent said it should not be legalized under any circumstance.
See the original Spanish-language news item.