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82457acb1a However, on the question of a constitutional amendment, more are now opposed than for it. The poll also revealed that 53% of the population in the States that currently do not allow same-sex couples to marry approve of same-sex marriage. Do you think that has a -- [ROTATED: positive effect on the children, does it not make a difference, (or does it have a) negative effect on the children]?. The same CBS News Poll highlighting regional, political party affiliations and age differences in views. The same poll found clear majorities in favor of same-sex marriage in the Northeast (60%), West (58%), and Midwest (51%). Supreme Court will hear arguments Tuesday in landmark cases involving same-sex marriage. Hodges.
Nate Silver noted that the discrepancy in support for same-sex marriage appears to result from 5-10% of respondents who favor civil unions over same-sex marriage, but given only two choices, will support same-sex marriage.. However, an identical poll taken by the same group in June 2006 found a rise in those opposed to same-sex marriage, with 56% disapproving of the practice. OR, Gay couples should be allowed to form civil unions but not legally marry. A February 1215, 2015 CNN/ORC poll found that 63% of Americans believe same-sex marriage is a constitutional right, while 36% oppose.. .. In a poll conducted on July 17, 2008, by the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute, with 55 percent opposed, and 36 percent in favor. An ABC News poll found that the majority (58%) of Americans remained opposed to same-sex marriages, while the minority (36%) support them. other poll) 49 49 41 41 9 9 7/23/2015-7/28/2015 Men (cf. CBS News June 23, 2015, 7:00 AM Poll: Americans' views on same-sex marriage Comment Share Tweet Stumble Email By Sarah Dutton, Jennifer De Pinto, Anthony Salvanto, and Fred Backus As the Supreme Court considers its ruling on same-sex marriage, 54 percent of Americans think there should be a federal law regarding same-sex marriage for all fifty states.Fifty-seven percent of Americans support legalizing same-sex marriage. The justices will consider whether the Constitu.