There’s a new poll out in Iowa that shows marriage equality support there slightly ahead of opposition. On Top Magazine reports:
According to a Public Policy Polling (PPP) survey of 668 registered voters taken July 5-7, 47 percent support the state’s law on marriage, while 44 percent do not. In April, Iowa celebrated the fourth anniversary of the unanimous Iowa Supreme Court ruling which legalized gay nuptials in the state. Twenty-six percent of respondents said that its legalization has had a negative impact on their lives, compared to 11 percent who said it has had a positive impact.
The last poll we have, from February last year, showed a higher number, but the question was different – do you support or oppose the repeal of marriage equality in Iowa.