Analysis of National Post-Election Survey and State Exit Surveys on Marriage Equality

Leading into the 2012 election cycle, marriage equality advocates lost 29 straight marriage equality referenda in a row, discounting the temporary win in Arizona. And yet, we went four for four on November 6th, bringing the total number of states that enjoy marriage equality to nine plus the District of Columbia.

An analysis of HRC’s national post-election survey as well as state-level exit polling suggests several dynamics contributed to what is definitively a cultural sea change in this country. [cont.]

Greenberg Quinlan Rosner & Human Rights Campaign

Recent polls: Same-sex marriage