Well, a couple things... your OG was low because you overshot your volumne (6gals vs. 5gals). You're not going to get the beer to 1.005, at this point, you're going to expect to have a larger volume (6 gals) of a less-alcoholic beer.
If you have a stuck fermentation, racking to secondary is not going to help, since you're moving your beer off of your yeast.
You don't indicate how long it's been fermenting, or how long between hydrometer readings indicate that it's still stuck at 1.032, but assuming it is stuck and you racked it off the yeast, you will need to repitch to get the FG down to a more acceptable level.
You also don't indicate how much yeast you pitched, which is potentially why you got stuck. Did you just pitch the 1 vial of yeast, or did you pitch multiple vials, or did you use a starter? If you didn't pitch enough yeast to handle such a big beer, they're not going to be able to finish the job.
But you may be able to just pitch another vial (since the SG is down to 1.032, a vial is probably plenty, but a small starter wouldn't hurt) and the fresh yeast will finish the job. Make sure to aerate though if you do that.