Tennessee Marriage Equality Opposition Drops 9 Points

Written by scott on February 8th, 2015

titleMarriage equality opposition is still above 50%, but it has fallen drastically over the last year.

The Tennessean reports:

Fifty-five percent of Tennesseans are against same-sex marriages, the poll found. That number is down from the 64-percent opposition reported in a 2014 poll from MTSU. Religious identity also seemed to play a key role in people’s attitudes on this topic. Seventy percent of evangelicals were against same-sex marriage, while only 29 percent of non-evangelicals were in opposition.

How long do you think it will be until the last state sees support rise over 50%?

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2 Comments so far ↓

  1. Robbie Howell says:

    Inch by inch… Go Tennessee and fingers crossed for my beloved, native state of Kentucky!

  2. Terry says:

    maybe when some of these old fart redneck bible beating hypocrites are voted out or realize this is none of their concern this will pass. I’m honestly ashamed to be called a Tennesseean. Thank God I’m from Florida.
    My husband and I had to go to Murphy NC to get married. They are the same two faced men who go on the web looking for sex—-male or female.

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