- 29 October 2014, in a poll run by the University of Texas-Austin and the Texas Tribune, 47% of respondents said they would not support same-sex marriage, 42% said they would, and 11% were undecided. When asked about civil unions, 39% said they would allow marriage, 28% would allow civil unions, 25% opposed both, and 9% were undecided. Poll Details
- 18 April 2014, in an independent survey conducted by the Texas Tech's Earl Survey Research Lab, students found that 48% of respondents supported marriage equality while only 47% opposed it. Associate professor Mark McKenzie oversaw the poll. News Source
- On 26 February 2014, Public Religion Research Institute surveyed 297 TX residents regarding same-gender civil marriage, and reported that 48% support it, 49% do not, and 4% do not know or refuse to answer.
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