Sky Data poll: Most Britons support same-sex relationships in children’s books

The majority of Britons think schoolbooks for primary-aged children should depict same-sex relationships, according to a Sky Data survey.

Just over half – 53% – think schoolbooks for children as young as four should depict same-sex relationships, such as families with two mums or two dads, while 31% say it is inappropriate and 16% are not sure.

However, public opinion is far less clear cut about whether parents should be able to stop their children from reading schoolbooks featuring same-sex relationships on religious grounds.

Some 25% think they should be compulsory, 29…
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