(Coalition for Marriage) — A quarter of young people back temporary marriages, while almost one in three back “fluid arrangements,” according to a major new poll for the Coalition for Marriage.
The survey of over 2,000 members of the public found that young people were more likely to support polygamy, further changes to civil partnerships and even incest.
The poll by ComRes asked UK residents about their views on marriage, civil partnerships and cohabiting.
Support for marriage still remains among parents, with 55 percent saying they would pleased if their child married someone of opposite sex. This compared to just one in six (17 percent) who would be pleased if their child married someone of same sex and one in five who would be pleased if their child lived with a partner but never married.