Back to Blog >Number of polls showing majority support for marriage equality continues to increaseOpposition to Equality is Shrinking — And Here’s ProofAmazing New Poll Shows Huge Bipartisan Support for Marriage EqualityVideo: Marriage Equality in 2012, Year in ReviewVideo: Supreme Court & Marriage: What Happens Next?Ken Mehlman: Making the Marriage Equality Case17 National Polls Confirm: A Majority of Americans Support Marriage EqualityNew Survey Sheds Light on Number of LGBT AmericansMarriage News Watch: Strikeout #8 for DOMA and More News
June 6, 2013
An additional 2 surveys released today clearly demonstrate that a majority of Americans support marriage for gay and lesbian couples.
March 7, 2013
Significant opposition to the freedom to marry is increasingly isolated within narrow demographic groups while a much broader and more diverse majority are ready to let same-sex couples marry.
February 19, 2013
A new survey from respected researchers Anzalone Liszt Grove shows massive support for marriage equality, including in some demographic groups that you might not expect.
December 28, 2012
Here's a quick year-in-review to get you caught up with the progress we made in 2012, and where we're going to focus in 2013.
December 4, 2012
In this week's episode of Marriage News Watch: More suspense from the Supreme Court, a setback in a Nevada lawsuit, and more news.
November 21, 2012
AFER Boardmember and former RNC chair Ken Mehlman pens an Op/Ed in the Wall Street Journal making the case for marriage equality using conservative ideals and recent polling.
November 15, 2012
A Washington Post-ABC News poll released this week is the 17th national survey to confirm that a majority of Americans support marriage for gay and lesbian couples.
October 23, 2012
In the largest study about the distribution of LGBT Americans, Gallup has estimated that 3.4% of the American population identifies as LGBT.
October 22, 2012
Another ruling against the Defense of Marriage Act. A former Prop. 8 supporter releases a new video explaining his change of heart. And polling on marriage in key states remains very close just days out from the election.