Support for Same Sex Marriage in 2012: Social Change Continues

Support and opposition to Same Sex Marriage: 2004-2012 GSS

Support and opposition to Same Sex Marriage: 2004-2012 GSS

The last scientific poll of social attitudes in the American population, the GSS, was just released. In this, we find that Americans continue to lean towards supporting marital rights for same sex couples. Support is now at around 50%, while opposition has fallen to about 39%. Crazy talk about all Americans supporting marriage rights is just that, as is the nonsense that the “majority” oppose marriage rights. Opposition remains high, but a near majority supports doing the right thing. That’s what our only scientific poll shows.

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One Response to “Support for Same Sex Marriage in 2012: Social Change Continues”

  1. All opposed? (to family change) | Family Inequality Says:

    […] the 2012 General Social Survey (fundamentalism, denominations, young Republicans 2x, race, and the 2004-2012 trend) — all extensions of his academic work on the subject (2x). All of this shows that, in […]

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