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First time voters and the Same Sex Marriage Postal Survey

Thursday 16th November / presented by Chris Mason

As the university year winds down for students across the state, we’ll be shining the spotlight on the work of Media and Communications students from Notre Dame University in Fremantle. This week Raquel Rebelo looks at the same sex marriage postal survey from the perspective of young, first time voters.

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