- A March 2014 Public Policy Polling survey found that 47% of New Mexico voters thought that same-sex marriage should be legal, while 45% thought it should be illegal and 7% were not sure. A separate question in the same survey found that 74% of New Mexico voters supported legal recognition of same-sex couples, with 45% supporting same-sex marriage, 29% supporting civil unions, 24% opposing all legal recognition, and 2% not sure. Poll Details
- 18-22 September 2013, in a poll conducted by the Anzalone Liszt Grove Research for organizations backing the campaign “Why Marriage Matters New Mexico" between, 51% of polled voters responded in favor of same-sex marriage with 42% opposed to the idea. The remaining 7 percent didn’t know or refused to answer. The company surveyed 502 registered voters statewide by phone. The margin of error is plus or minus 4.4 percentage points. News Source
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