A Christian families group is disappointed with the major NSW (New South Wales) parties for not taking stronger stances on issues such as prostitution, religious education in state schools and same-sex adoption.

FamilyVoice Australia, which has been linked to NSW upper house member Fred Nile, has polled the main political parties and individual MPs in the lead-up to Saturday’s state election.

It received responses to 10 questions based on its core faith-based values to find that Labor and the Liberal-Nationals coalition did “not much” support its concerns, with each scoring 44 out of 100.

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