Positive towards same-sex parenting

Icelanders seem to be generally more positive than Americans, Germans and Scandinavians towards different types of families according to the results of a survey conducted by the International Social Survey programme (ISSP). When asked 86 percent of the Icelandic respondents said they thought two women were just as capable of raising a child as a man and a woman. A little less or 81 percent felt the same about two men. It comes as a big surprise that only 70 percent thought that a single parent was just as adequate as two, given the fact that single parenting has a long history in Iceland.

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