The Australian Bureau of Statistics has announced the result of the national marriage equality postal vote survey.
Australian Statistician David Kalisch made the announcement in Canberra this morning at 10am AESDT.
Yes responses were 61.6 per cent of clear responses (7,817,247 votes).
No responses were 38.4 per cent of clear responses (4,873,987 votes).
Just 0.2 per cent were unclear (36,686 votes).
Every state and territory recorded a majority Yes result.
All were over 60 per cent, except NSW with the lowest result 57.8 per cent.
The highest was the ACT with 74 per cent.
Some 64.9 per cent of Victorians voted and 60.7 per cent of Queenslanders voted Yes.
A majority Yes outcome was recorded in 133 of the country’s 150 commonwealth electorates. A majority No outcome was recorded in only 17 electorates.
Some 59.7 per cent of respondents in the seat of Page was 57.9 per cent. Participation was 71.3 per cent.
Participation in the survey was over 70 per cent in almost all but four commonwealth electorates. Of those, it was over 60 per cent in three and over 50 per cent in the remaining one.
There was a response rate of 79.5 per cent or more than 12.7 million people.
More than 70 per cent of each age group voted.