A new poll in Texas shows marriage equality support is up 10% in the last four years. The Dallas Voice reports:
Meanwhile, a University of Texas/Texas Tribune poll conducted in June prior to the Supreme Court decisions also showed record support for marriage equality in the Lone Star State — at 39 percent. That’s up from 29 percent in Texas who said they supported marriage equality in 2009. An additional 30 percent in Texas said they support civil unions, with 26 percent opposing any form of relationship recognition for same-sex couples and 5 percent saying they were unsure.
It’s kind of frustrating that these polling companies are still giving folks the “civil unions” out, making it hard to seethe true number that would support marriage equality without the skim milk option.