- 11 October 2011, In a poll by Public Policy Polling, 55% of Connecticut voters surveyed think same-sex marriage should remain legal. Poll Details
- 23 December 2008, the results of a Quinnipiac University poll showed that 52% of the CT voters polled supported the CT Supreme Court's gay marriage ruling, while 39% opposed it. 9% were undecided. But voters strongly opposed amending Connecticut's constitution to ban same-sex marriage, 61% to 33%. Given three choices, 43% of voters agreed same-sex couples should be allowed to marry, while 39% supported civil unions and 12% opposed any legal recognition.
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