Ten Republican senators from the nine target states TargetPoint surveyed voted ‘Yes,’ including Senator Roy Blunt (MO), Shelley Moore Capito (WV), Joni Ernst (IA), Cynthia M. Lummis (WY), Lisa Murkowski (AK), Mitt Romney (UT), Dan Sullivan (AK), Thom Tillis (NC), Richard Burr (NC), and Todd C. Young (IN). See links below to media coverage of this polling.
Voters in key battlegrounds more likely to back senators that support Respect for Marriage Act, poll shows
Story at a glance Voters in nine battleground states agree that the right to same-sex marriage should be protected by federal law, according to polling data from TargetPoint shared exclusively with…
Republicans Can Capitalize On Voters’ Support For Same-Sex Marriage. Here’s How.
Early voting in the midterm elections is underway. While the economy and abortion rights loom large in the minds of voters, polling shows that marriage equality is actively emerging as a key issue with suburban voters.
As Senate considers same-sex marriage law, poll finds Hoosiers supportive
A recent poll shared with IndyStar from a consulting firm that works with Republicans found a majority of Indiana voters supported keeping same-sex marriage legal ahead of the U.S. Senate vote that could codify federal protections for same-sex couples.
How strong is support for same-sex marriage in Utah?
A new Deseret News/Hinckley Institute of Politics survey found 72% of residents agree that marriages between same-sex couples should be recognized by the law as valid, with same rights as traditional marriages. The poll shows 23% disagree, while 5% don’t know.