- 4 March 2014, results of a poll released by The Eagleton Center for Public Interest Polling at Rutgers University showed that 64% of NJ voters polled favored same-sex marriage and 28% opposed it. Poll Details
- 8 October 2013, the results of a Fairleigh Dickinson University poll showed that 62 percent of NJ voters polled agreed with a judge’s September 2013 decision that same-sex couples must be allowed to marry. Gov. Chris Christie (R) had appealed the decision and asked the New Jersey Supreme Court to stay it so that it would not take effect on 21 October 2013. The poll similarly found that 62 percent of voters believed the state should stop fighting against marriage equality, while only 29 percent supported Christie’s appeal. (The appeal was dropped on 21 October 2013.) Poll Details
- 26 March 2013, results of a Quinnipiac University poll showed that 64% of New Jersey voters supported marriage for same-sex couples, and 30% said they did not support marriage for same-sex couples. Poll Details
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