- 4 November 2014, results from an October 2014 poll run by the Columbia Dispatch showed Ohioans opposing a same-sex marriage proposal by only 3 percentage points. The proposed measure is currently getting signatures to appear on the statewide ballot, probably in two years, and poll results show opposition 46% to 43%. Poll Details
- On 26 February 2014, Public Religion Research Institute surveyed 163 OH residents regarding same-gender civil marriage, and reported that 53% support it, 38% do not, and 9% do not know or refuse to answer.
- On 24 February 2014, Quinnipiac surveyed 1,370 registered OH voters regarding same-gender civil marriage, and reported that 50% favor it, 44% oppose it, 5% do not know or do not answer, with 1% unaccounted for.
- On 20 February 2014, Anzalone Liszt Grove surveyed 600 likely 2014 OH voters on same-gender civil marriage, and reported that 55% favor it, 41% oppose it, with 4% unaccounted for.
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