- 1 May 2014, a Public Policy poll showed support for same-sex marriage among the general population at 27%, while voters under 30 actually support it 53/32. Poll Details
- In a statewide poll of 520 likely Arkansas voters conducted on 19 January 2014, when asked "Which of the following policy positions most closely resembles your own view regarding relationships between two people of the same sex?," 21.5% responded that gay couples should be allowed to legally marry; 24% responded that gay couples should be allowed to form civil unions or domestic partnerships, but not legally marry; 50% responded that there should be no legal recognition of a gay couple’s relationship; and, 4.5% responded that they don’t know. Poll details.
- 24 October 2013, a poll run by the University of Arkansas showed that minds are changing. When it comes to the statement “There should be no legal recognition of a gay couple’s relationship,” only 46% of Arkansans agreed, the first time the response dipped below 50%. University Newswire
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