Resources Related to Public Opinion
A new AP-NCC poll is the second national poll to show that a majority of Americans support the freedom to marry.
A poll released by the Rhode Island Marriage Coalition (RIMC) found a majority of Rhode Island voters support the freedom to marry.
In its survey of marriage polls since 1988, FiveThirtyEight has found an accelerated shift in support for the freedom to marry in recent months.
For the first time, a national poll shows that a majority of Americans support the freedom to marry.
This groundbreaking poll shows increasing support for the freedom to marry among faith voters in California.
This study shows that strong public education and personal conversations are necessary to change minds about marriage, and that campaigns are ineffective at convincing people to support marriage.
A survey conducted by the Higher Education Research Institute found that 65 percent of college freshmen supported the freedom to marry.
If advocates can successfully tap into the true spirit of marriage and convince the middle that gay couples want to get married for the same reasons that straight couples do, we think we will be able to address the middle’s remaining concerns and help move that group, and the country, more quickly towards support for marriage.
A broad discussion of the debate surrounding the freedom to marry
A recent Washington Post/ABC News poll found that a solid majority of adults younger than 30 support the freedom to marry.
Voter perceptions of the freedom to marry in Massachusetts 5 years after it was established.
Report on national attitudes on the freedom to marry.
2007 poll of Americans
Study of American values and political views from 2006
Analysis of public attitudes on the freedom to marry in the election of 2004