- On 21 May 2014, Marquette Law School reported that 48% of 805 registered WI voters polled supported marriage equality, 24% supported only civil unions, and 24% supported no legal recognition for same-sex couples, with 4% unaccounted for. Separately, regarding the 2006 constitutional ban on same-gender civil marriage, 59% would repeal it, and 36% would continue it, with 5% unaccounted for. Poll Details
- On 24 April 2014 Public Policy Polling released results showing that for the first time they found a plurality of voters in Wisconsin in favor of marriage equality with 47% in support and 45% opposed. Poll Details
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