Poll Analysis: Clear Trend for Marriage Equality 
Benenson and Van Lohuizen compared national polls over the past decade  from Gallup, CNN/Opinion Research Corporation, and Pew Research Center,  among others. “The remarkable surge over the last two years can’t be  explained by generational change alone,” Van Lohuizen concluded. “It  suggests that people across the political spectrum are rethinking their  positions and deciding in favor of the freedom to marry.”  A poll released earlier this week by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner and commissioned  by the Human Rights Campaign also found a slim majority — 51% — in  favor equal marriage rights for same-sex couples.

Poll Analysis: Clear Trend for Marriage Equality

Benenson and Van Lohuizen compared national polls over the past decade from Gallup, CNN/Opinion Research Corporation, and Pew Research Center, among others. “The remarkable surge over the last two years can’t be explained by generational change alone,” Van Lohuizen concluded. “It suggests that people across the political spectrum are rethinking their positions and deciding in favor of the freedom to marry.”

A poll released earlier this week by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner and commissioned by the Human Rights Campaign also found a slim majority — 51% — in favor equal marriage rights for same-sex couples.

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