Although Estonia is the only Baltic state to have legitimised co-habitation between two individuals regardless of sex, a whopping 55% of Estonian citizens still support the definition of marriage as a union of a man and a woman, a survey showed. In the poll, conducted by Norstat Eesti on August 10-17, respondents were asked whether they thought the Constitution should be amended so that marriage was formulated as a union between only one woman and one man. Altogether 55% of respondents said "yes" or "rather yes", 35% "rather no" or "no", and 10% said ...
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