Nearly one in three adults around the globe support marriage equality, a new survey released Tuesday found.

Thirty-two percent of respondents told pollsters that same-sex marriage should be legal, while 45 percent remain opposed. Another 23 percent said that they did not know.

The Geneva-based International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association (ILGA) in partnership with Logo surveyed nearly 100,000 people in 65 countries for its first annual ILGA-RIWI Global Attitudes Survey on LGBTI People.

Support for marriage equality is lowest in Africa (19%) and Asia (26%).

Pollsters also found that a majority (67%) of respondents believe that human rights should be applied to everyone regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.

“All the countries surveyed returned results over 50% in favor of this proposition, even those considered among the most hostile to sexual and gender minorities,” said Aengus Carroll, who co-authored the research. “This clearly demonstrates that countries’ legal policy and international practice can be very contradictory when compared to attitudes declared by their citizens.”

ILGA first released findings from the online survey in May. In that report, it found that two-thirds of adults globally would be upset if their child told them they were in love with another person of the same sex.