- 12 March 2015, "Bucking the national trend, a majority of Kentuckians continues to oppose same-sex marriage, according to the latest Bluegrass Poll. Fifty-seven percent of registered voters told pollsters they opposed allowing gays and lesbians to marry in Kentucky, up slightly from two Bluegrass Polls last year. Thirty-three percent favored it, down slightly from last year, and 10 percent were not sure." News Source
- 13 August 2014, Public Policy Polling released the results of a poll that showed 61% of voters think same-sex marriage should not be allowed. When asked about broader opinions on marriage equality, 28% are in favor of marriage and another 28% of voters support civil unions, but 41% of voters think there should be no legal recognition of gay couples’ relationships. Poll Details
- 29 July 2014, results from a Bluegrass Poll showed that 50% of registered voters in Kentucky opposed same-sex marriage, while 37% favored it and 12% remained unsure. That was a drop from the 55% who said they opposed gay marriage in February 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
- Results of a Herald-Leader/WKYT Bluegrass Poll released on 7 February 2014, found that 55 percent of registered voters oppose same-sex marriage, compared with 35 percent who support allowing gays and lesbians to marry in Kentucky. Ten percent weren't sure. Poll Details
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