Tampa, Florida 2021-06-08 15:38:33 –
According to a new Gallup poll in May, support for same-sex marriage in the United States reached a record high of 70% for Americans.
Gallup Press Release Tuesday The latest figures show a 10% increase from 2015, when the Supreme Court ruled in favor of gay and lesbian marriage.
Support for this issue has been on the rise for a quarter of a century and is steadily increasing.
In 1996, only 27% of Americans legally allowed homosexual marriage when they first publicly asked. Eventually, for the first time in 2011, approval ratings reached a majority.
In the findings, Gallup pointed to a shift in support among Republicans who have consistently opposed same-sex marriage. For the first time, a majority of Republican Americans support the issue, 55% of which. Showed support.
“The recent increase in support of all Americans is largely due to changes in Republican views,” Gallup wrote.
Gallup now states that 83% of Democratic supporters support same-sex marriage, which is comparable to the level of support recorded in the last few years, at least for now. It suggests that it may have been reached.
Meanwhile, Gallup states that older US adults who once supported gay marriage are now facing the same problems as younger adults.
“Gallup’s tendency shows that Americans’ views can change in a relatively short period of time, creating new consensus.
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