Bermuda remains marginally against same-sex marriage, according to a poll commissioned by The Royal Gazette.

Forty-eight per cent of registered voters oppose the idea, with 44 per cent in favour and 8 per cent undecided, the Global Research survey found this month.

It means the gap has narrowed slightly, from eight percentage points to four, since the no campaign led 49-41 last June.

The poll was carried out between May 15 and 19, a few days after Puisne Judge Charles-Etta Simmons ruled in favour of Winston Godwin and Greg DeRoche’s bid to marry on the island. Read more…