USA, Louisiana: Marriage Equality Support Up 3% Since 2013

Written by scott on April 10th, 2014

titleSupport for marriage equality is inching up in one of the most conservative states in the nation. But even better, opposition is plummeting.

LGBTQ Nation reports:

The 2014 Louisiana Survey, conducted by the LSU Public Policy Research Lab, found that 42 percent of respondents supported legalizing same-sex marriage, compared to 39 percent a year earlier. While support increased increased on slightly, opposition dropped from 56 percent in 2013 to 47 percent in 2014. And for the first time, more respondents said they believed gay couples should be able to enter into civil unions than didn’t — 47 percent were opposed.

One thing that strikes me here – according to today’s polls, there’s more support for marriage equality in Louisiana than in North Carolina. That seem fishy to anyone else?

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