By James Massola, The Age

Two-thirds of Australians support new laws to protect people from religious discrimination or vilification, but a similar percentage oppose law changes if it means schools or other organisations can sack or expel gay or transgender teachers or students.

The findings, contained in a Resolve Political Monitor survey conducted for The Sun-Herald and The Sunday Age, underscore just how contentious the Morrison government’s proposed Religious Discrimination Act and changes to the Sex Discrimination Act were.

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