CONCORD, NH- A recent poll from Public Policy Polling shows voters support the freedom to marry in New Hampshire by an overwhelming 22% margin of 57%-35%, a strong increase from just ten months ago in the same poll when support measured at 51%-38%.
Tyler Deaton, spokesperson for Standing Up for New Hampshire Families, commented on the poll numbers:
“These latest numbers reveal a 9% swing in favor of marriage equality during the exact same period that some ill-advised legislators tried and failed to repeal New Hampshire’s historic marriage equality law. The recent overwhelming victory in the legislature to uphold the freedom to marry continues and polls like this one confirm that New Hampshire has done a wonderful thing by treating all families equally under the law.”
Link to the complete poll- http://www.publicpolicypolling.com/pdf/2011/PPP_Release_NH_051612.pdf