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Topic: Polling

New Poll: Kim Davis May Have Seriously Damaged the Cause of Anti-Gay “Religious Liberty” Outward  •  September 15, 2015 Shortly after the Supreme Court brought marriage equality to every state, the AP released a troubling poll: 49 percent of respondents believed local officials with religious objections should be exempt from issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, while just 47 percent thought they should b
RFRA POLL: Small Business Continues to Support Nondiscrimination Small Business Majority  •  July 17, 2015 Small Business Majority has released a scientific survey of small businessowners regarding discriminatory practices in business. With majority positions, small business owners support providing good and services to all customers, including LGBT patrons. Read the press release and RFRA s
Michiganders Support More LGBT Protections Public Policy Polling  •  July 1, 2015 With gay marriage legal in Michigan now voters want to take the next step and ban discrimination against LGBT people in employment and housing. 68% support a law making it illegal to fire or deny housing in Michigan because someone is gay, lesbian, or transgender to only 25% who are opposed. 56% of
Two-Thirds Of U.S. Voters Think LGBT Discrimination Should Be Illegal, Poll Finds Buzzfeed  •  March 18, 2015 Sixty-nine percent of American voters — including 51% of Republicans — want a federal law that prohibits discriminating against someone based on sexual orientation or gender identity, according to a new national poll released. Pollsters didn’t ask, however, about the topic dominating state leg