- 23 July 2015, a Quinnipiac University poll showed that by a 59%-33% margin, surveyed voters support allowing same-sex marriage, while 57% say they support the Supreme Court's recent ruling allowing gay marriage nationwide. And 61% said they would oppose a U.S. constitutional amendment allowing states to ban same-sex marriage. As for discrimination against gays and lesbians, most surveyed Colorado voters say businesses should not be allowed to refuse service to them, by a 60%-35% percent. But when asked in a follow-up question how they would feel about refusing service "if the business says homosexuality violates its owners' religious beliefs," the margin in favor of barring discrimination narrows to 48%-45%.
- On 28 April 2014 Quinnipiac University released new poll results showing that by a 61%–33% margin, Colorado voters supported allowing same-sex couples to get married in the state.
- 18 March 2014, Public Policy Polling released results of a poll that showed support for marriage equality had hit a record high in Colorado. 56% of voters supported it, compared to only 36% who were opposed. Poll Details
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