Trends in Public Support for Marriage for Same-sex Couples by State

Source: Andrew R. Flores and Scott Barclay, Williams Institute at UCLA School of Law and Drexel University, April 2015

From the press release:
Public support for same-sex marriage has increased in all 50 states since 2004, especially in states that have legalized same-sex marriage, according to a report released today by researchers at the Williams Institute at UCLA School of Law and Drexel University. The report titled “Trends in Public Support for Marriage for Same-sex Couples by State” shows that permitting same-sex couples to marry leads to more social acceptance of same-sex marriage, not backlash against it. Even in states that ban same-sex marriage, public support is growing, the report shows. In Alabama, the state with the lowest support for same-sex marriage, support more than doubled between 2004 and estimates for 2016, the report noted.
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