In your opinion, is marriage primarily a legal, religious, spiritual or social union?
Are unmarried couples less committed to one another than married couples (assuming that the couple has the ability to get married)?
In your opinion, must a marriage, by definition, involve a man and a woman?
Do couples who have children, but who refuse to marry, adversely affect their children, in your opinion?
Do you think of common law couples differently than married couples (assuming that marriage is an option for the common law couple)?
Should same-sex couples be permitted to marry?
Assuming that all participants are of an age of consent, and give that consent willingly, should polygamous marriage be lawful in your opinion?
In your opinion, is it too easy or too difficult to get a divorce, under the laws where you live?
Do you want to get married (assuming that the law will allow you to marry the partner of your choice)?