Interesting Question of the Day – 4 January 2019

It has been about a year since same sex marriages began being conducted in Australia.

In the early stages of marriage equality, were there more same sex marriages among men or women?

Also, were same sex couples being married generally older or younger than opposite couples being married?

The first new player to comment on the website with the correct answer wins a free drink at their next iQ Trivia show.

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2 comments on “Interesting Question of the Day – 4 January 2019
  1. Brigid Whitbread says:

    More females than males marrying.
    56% of same sex marriages have been between women from December to October 2018
    Same sex couples older than different sex couples.
    In 2017 in a male/female marriage the average for males to marry is 32 and females 30.1 years. The median age for male same sex couples is 48.5 and females is 39 years

    • iqtrivia says:

      That is precisely correct in every respect. You are either a statistical savant, extremely lucky, or you looked it up (which, for the record, is fine on the interesting questions we post. Just don’t do it at one of the shows.)

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