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As a young mom these are not situations children or teens typically deal with and I don't think Disney channel is the place to address unplanned pregnancy in the way this show does.

I 100% support adding diversity to Disney channel and taking the stories to new dimensions.However I am not sure what a show about unplanned pregnancy and then lying and pretending mom is really sister teaches children.Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has promised to hold a national vote on same-sex marriage if the Coalition is re-elected, while Labor leader Bill Shorten has vowed to introduce a bill within 100 days of a new Labor government.But where do the people of Australia stand on the issue?However, one in four Australians 'strongly agrees' with the statement that marriage should only be between a man and a woman, and a further 8 per cent 'somewhat agrees'."Same-sex marriage is not that complicated for people.

It's just 'should it be allowed or not'," political scientist Dr Aaron Martin, from the University of Melbourne, said."For many people it is seen as a moral issue so they have very clear views on it, but when you ask people about health or education I think people find it quite hard to find what the party-specific policies are on those issues." Based on this data, Dr Martin said there would probably be enough support for same-sex marriage for a plebiscite on the issue to be carried.

Dr Martin noted: "I think there is a groundswell around the world, I wouldn't say overwhelming support, but it certainly seems to be shifting in favour of same-sex marriage and we've had a number of countries try and move on this."I do think people see that and think 'if other countries can do that, then why can't we?

'"Nearly half of Protestants support maintaining Australia's current laws that state marriage is only between a man and a woman, whereas Catholic voters are in favour of same-sex marriage, the Vote Compass data shows.

ABC Religion commentator Scott Stephens said approximately one-quarter of Australians identified as Catholic but that was a diverse group.

"Every Catholic church will have such an array of cultures but Protestantism in Australia has become increasingly homogeneous," Stephens said, arguing that the responses among people identifying as Protestants suggested "a distinct absence of contact with the LGBTQ community".

The Vote Compass data shows there are strong views on each side, with more people inclined to strongly agree or disagree, and virtually nil saying they 'don't know'.