Details of the official results can be found on the Slovakian statistical website. This also gives the questions.
Supporters of the referendum included the Conference of Slovak Bishops.
The Christian conservative activism platform CitizenGo, also supported the campaign.
and Pope Francis
human rights organisations criticised the move as homophobic.See the Human rights watch website and Amnesty International
Other discussion can be seen in local newspaper the Slovak Spectator.
To what extent is Slovak society homophobic?A Eurobarometer poll in 2006 (page 41) found that 19% of Slovaks supported same sex marriage and 81% opposed, while 12% supported and 84% opposed LGBT adoption.
A European Social Survey in 2010 found that 42% of Slovaks believe that “gay men and lesbians should be free to live their own lives as they wish. Eastbook has presented some analysis of trends in Eastern Europe.
Danish Institute for Human Rights reported in 2009 on the situation regarding homophobia and discrimination in Slovakia on sexual orientation grounds with the conclusion attitudes were largely negative.
For a comparative perspective look at surveys and reports on LGBT rights and homophobia from FRA and ILGA Europe. which has a press statement on the recent referendum.