- A September 2013 poll found that 85% of Massachusetts voters saw a positive or little to no impact from marriage equality in the commonwealth. In the poll, voters in the state supported legalizing same-sex marriage 60% to 29%. News Source
- Results released on 29 June 2012 by Public Policy Polling showed that 62% of residents thought marriage between same-sex couples should be legal, and only 30% thought it should be illegal. Only 12% of respondents said they thought there should be no legal recognition of same-sex relationships at all. Poll Details
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