Poll: Most Slovaks oppose registered partnerships

Slovak society maintains rather conservative attitudes.

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The majority of Slovaks do not support the introduction of registered partnerships.

This stems from the Focus poll carried out between September 7 and 11 on 1,027 respondents for the Atticum civic association, with 67.7 percent sharing this opinion.

“Cultural-ethical questions are dividing public discussion in Slovakia,” said Michal Považan of Atticum, who ran in the recent EP elections on the slate of the Christian Democratic Movement (KDH), as quoted by the SITA newswire.

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