A new poll out from UCLA looked at marriage equality support state-by-state for the whole country. Pink News reports:
The poll was published by the UCLA’s Williams Institute, and was titled Public Support for Marriage for Same-Sex Couples by State… Over the eight years, all US states have increased in its support for equal marriage, with the average increase being 13.6%. Thirteen states are within 5% of having a majority in favour of equal marriage. By the end of 2012, 12 states and the District of Columbia had support for equal marriage at or above 50%. Of these 12 states, all currently perform marriages, civil unions, or domestic partnerships for same-sex couples.
It’s great to finally have polling for the whole country at once at the state level. OK, who’s next?