Conservatives agitate for religious freedom law but Coalition voters not on board – Essential poll | Australia news | The Guardian

Israel Folau

Freedom and our laws shouldn’t breach the our belief in Equality and not just Equality of abuse (ODT)

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Conservatives within the Morrison government are campaigning for a religious freedom bill, but less than half of Coalition voters argue that there should be stronger laws to protect people who express their religious views in public, according to the latest Guardian Essential poll.

Clear majorities in the sample also agree with the statements “it is only right that people consider how what they say can affect others” (69%) and “people should not be able to argue religious freedoms to abuse others” (64%).

via Conservatives agitate for religious freedom law but Coalition voters not on board – Essential poll | Australia news | The Guardian

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