Findings from Polling on Ballot Measures Regarding Same-Sex Couples

New York University

June 15, 2010

This report from New York University’s Patrick Egan, Ph.D., shows that polling numbers usually do not change throughout the course of campaigns on marriage. He utilizes polling data from the 33 states where marriage has appeared on the ballot in the past, and concludes that strong public education and personal conversations are needed to change minds on this issue. [PDF]