57% Oppose Marriage Equality in Kentucky

Written by scott on March 13th, 2015

titleWhile only 33% support it.

On Top Magazine reports:

A majority of Kentuckians remain opposed to allowing gay and lesbian couples to marry. According to a Bluegrass Poll of 1,917 registered voters conducted March 3 through 8 and released Thursday, 33 percent of respondents support marriage equality, while 57 percent remain opposed. Fifty percent of Kentucky voters under the age of 34 favor equal marriage rights.

At least the youth numbers are encouraging.

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2 Comments so far ↓

  1. Mr Eric G. Osterberg says:

    Education needs to improve in Kentucky. States with higher numbers of colleges and universities have larger percentages that favor marriage equality. More people are learning what equal rights for all Americans means. Also, civil marriages require marriage licenses which are issued at civil institutions, not churches.

  2. Albert Cali says:

    Take a survey and you will most likely find that the same percentage is opposed to racial integration, women getting equal pay for equal work, and voting rights for women and blacks.

    Approximately 20% of residents of Kentucky have ever held passports. They need to get out more to experience what life is like in the rest of the world and in the 21st century.

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