Americans against same sex marriage

The latest figure comes just before the five-year anniversary of the U. Supreme Court's ruling that all states must recognize same-sex marriages. Line graph. Americans support for same-sex marriage. In its Obergefell v. Hodges decision on June 26, , the Supreme Court ruled that all U.
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70% of Americans support same-sex marriage -- a new high -- a new survey finds

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U.S. Support for Same-Sex Marriage Matches Record High

CNN A new survey indicates there's been a sea change in public support for same-sex marriage. More Videos Pope Francis endorses same-sex civil unions More than two-thirds of Americans support same-sex marriage -- record-high numbers, according to the American Values Survey.
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U.S. Support for Same-Sex Marriage Matches Record High

This analysis focuses on whether people around the world think that homosexuality should be accepted by society or not. Homosexuality should be accepted by society OR Homosexuality should not be accepted by society. The question is a long-term trend, first asked in the U. Respondents did not get any further instructions on how to interpret the question and no significant problems were noted during the fielding of the survey.
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Seventy percent of Americans support same-sex marriage, according to the 11th annual American Values Survey , the highest percentage recorded by a major national poll. The results, released Monday, found just 28 percent of respondents oppose the right of gay couples to wed. Approval crossed the political divide, with majorities of Democrats 80 percent and independents 76 percent supporting same-sex marriage, and 50 percent of Republicans, according to the poll conducted by the Public Religion Research Institute PRRI in partnership with the Brookings Institution. Most major religious denominations back marriage equality, too, including white mainline Protestants 79 percent , Hispanic Roman Catholics 78 percent , religious non-Christians 72 percent Hispanic Protestants 68 percent , white Catholics 67 percent , Black Protestants 57 percent and other Christian denominations 56 percent.
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