Opposition to same-sex marriage narrow and concentrated, study finds

Exit polls and other surveys from last year’s election suggest that resistance to same-sex marriage is shrinking and mainly concentrated among certain segments of the population: older people, white evangelical Christians and non-college-educated whites.

That is the analysis of a new study of the data by two pollsters, one a Democrat and the other a Republican. … Their research, which will be released Thursday, was commissioned by Freedom to Marry, an organization that promotes establishing a national right to same-sex marriage. [cont.]

Karen Tumulty & Tom Hamburger, Washington Post

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