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Ten electorates - seven from NSW - cast their ballots against change with a majority voting 'No'.

The returned ballots amounted for 79.5 per cent of the population, a strong response from the public to the controversial 2 million postal vote.

This means debate could start on Thursday morning, the Senate's usual time for considering private bills.

Mr Turnbull and other senior government ministers are backing the Smith bill as a good 'starting point' for debate.

'I also thank the 4.7 million Australians who supported marriage between a man and a woman.'Mr Abbott said he looked forward to improving the Dean Smith bill 'to implement same sex marriage with freedom of conscience for all, not just the churches.''So far, this process has been a credit to us as a nation and now needs to be completed in a way that keeps us the best country in the world,' he added.

Hours before the announcement, Coalition for Marriage boss Lyle Shelton took to Twitter to share a photo of a car belonging to a volunteer which had its windows smashed in.

Australian Bureau of Statistics boss David Kalisch revealed the result to parliament in Canberra on Wednesday, prompting widespread celebrations as supporters gathered at iconic landmarks in every capital city of Australia.

The court dismissed both bids on September 7 and more than 16 million forms were sent out from September 12.

THE WOMAN FIRED FOR VOTING NOIn September, a Canberra woman was fired for saying 'It's okay to vote no' on Facebook, with her boss Madlin Sims calling it 'homophobic hate speech'.

Ms Sims, who runs a party entertainment company, said the woman was fired because she was 'extremely out and proud about her views on homosexuals.' 'As someone who has an responsibility to the vulnerable people we work with, could not risk her voicing those opinions to any children of ours,' she said.

More people by percentage voted on the issue than Britons voted on Brexit and Americans voted in the Donald Trump versus Hillary Clinton Presidential election.

HEAT MAP BELOW SHOWS NATIONAL TWITTER REACTION TO SAME-SEX MARRIAGE RESULTFormer Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott, who is outspokenly against same-sex marriage despite having a lesbian sister, released a statement congratulating the 'Yes' campaign on their achievement.'The people have spoken and, of course, the parliament should respect the result,' he wrote.

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