- On 5 February 2014, Public Policy Polling surveyed 850 registered AK voters on same-gender civil marriage, and reported that 47% support it, 46% do not, and 7% are unsure. In another question asked of the same voters, 44% said same-gender civil marriage should be legal, 27% said only civil unions should be legal, 26% said no same-gender couples should get any legal recognition, and 3% were unsure. Poll details.
- On 8 February 2013 Public Policy Polling poll results showed that while Alaska voters weren't on board yet with same sex marriage, they were pretty strongly supportive of at least civil unions for gay couples. 43% of voters in the state thought gay marriage should be legal to 51% who still thought it should be illegal. 67% supported some form of legal recognition to just 30% who thought there should be none at all. Poll details.
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