- 29 July 2014, results from the latest Bluegrass Poll show 50% of registered voters in Kentucky oppose same-sex marriage, while 37% favor it and 12% remain unsure. That's a drop from the 55% who said they opposed gay marriage in February 2014 and a sharp decline from the 72% that voted in favor of a ban in 2004 — when the state constitution was amended to define marriage as between a man and a woman. News Source
- 24 February 2014, Public Policy Polling released results of a poll showing only 29% support for a proposed law allowing individuals and businesses to refuse service to same-sex couples. 59% opposed. Opinion still remained divided over same-sex marriage. 44% of voters thought same-sex marriage should be allowed, compared to 48% who thought it should not be. Only 32% of voters rejected both marriage and civil unions and even a majority of Republicans (55%) favored either marriage or civil unions. Poll Details
- 27 February 2013, Public Policy Polling released results of a poll showing that support for same-sex couples continued to grow in Kansas, with 63% of voters saying they support either marriage or civil union for same-sex couples, and 34% of respondents opposed to any legal family status for gay couples. Poll Details
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