New Poll: Majorities Support Equality for LGBT Americans and Updating Federal Nondiscrimination Law

New Poll: Majorities Support Equality for LGBT Americans and Updating Federal Nondiscrimination Law

Utah Lt. Governor Spencer Cox (R) stands with LGBT Americans: Following the terrorist attack in Orlando, Lt. Governor Cox said, “My heart has changed.”

Utah Lt. Governor Spencer Cox (R) stands with LGBT Americans: Following the terrorist attack in Orlando, Lt. Governor Cox said, “My heart has changed.”

Orlando GOP Leaders Pushing for LGBT Non-Discrimination Bill

Orlando GOP Leaders Pushing for LGBT Non-Discrimination Bill

Senator John McCain Supporting LGBT Freedom

Senator John McCain Supporting LGBT Freedom

How Corporate America Became an LGBT Ally

How Corporate America Became an LGBT Ally

Senator Rob Portman Getting Support from...

A pro-LGBT conservative group is spending $1 million to help re-elect Ohio Republican Senator Rob Portman. American Unity PAC is running a digital ad campaign targeting Portman’s democratic opponent, former Governor Ted Strickland. Portman has been a strong supporter of… Read more »

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Poll Shows Voters Opposing Anti-LGBT Law...

A new poll by the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) shows that Republicans will be hurt politically by supporting so called bathroom bills and religious freedom bills. Public opinion is not only shifting toward more LGBT support, but voters are… Read more »

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Pro-LGBT Push Highlights GOP Convention...

Conservative supporters of LGBT equality made their voices heard at the GOP convention in Cleveland. Supporters of gay inclusion say they’re making steady progress in the Republican Party, but much more work must be done. Openly gay former diplomat Richard… Read more »

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Project Right Side has a unique and voluminous dataset on Americans' attitudes towards marriage equality. Over the last year, we've surveyed 16,000 voters on the freedom to marry.

New Poll: Large Majorities Favor Federal Non-Discrimination Laws for LGBT Americans

A new national survey conducted for Project Right Side shows strong bipartisan support for federal legislation to protect LGBT Americans from discrimination in housing, employment, and public accommodations. The poll by Just Win Research shows 75% of Americans support LGBT inclusive non-discrimination protections, including 57% support among GOP voters. The survey also shows 80% of registered voters believe it’s already against federal law to discriminate against LGBT Americans. 64% of respondents are more likely to support a candidate who favors non-discrimination laws. The July 2016 survey of more than 1,000 registered voters also shows strong majorities supporting the freedom to marry and the ability of openly LGBT Americans to serve in the US military. | National Polling Memo | National Polling Topline

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Poll Shows Strong Support for LGBT Freedom and Inclusion

A summer 2015 national poll conducted for Project Right Side and American Unity Fund shows strong support for allowing gay and lesbian couples to have the freedom to marry. 57% of registered voters favor allowing gays and lesbians to marry legally, including a high of 39% of Republicans. This shows the steady but meaningful shift among Republican voters: in a 2013 poll commissioned for Project Right Side, pollsters found 25% support for the freedom to marry – a 14 point shift in opinion in the last two years. Pollsters surveyed 2,000 registered voters, including nearly 800 Republicans and Republican leaning voters just days before the US Supreme Court’s historic decision granting the freedom to marry. The poll also surveyed 500 voters in the early primary states of Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, and Nevada.

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An Emerging Republican Majority for Marriage

The world is changing fast on LGBT issues and so are Republicans. Between 2011 and 2014, Republican support for the freedom to marry grew by 11 points, while oppositions to any legal recognition fell by 7 points. For every one Republican who became more opposed to same-sex marriage between 2009 and 2014, two became more supportive of it. A majority of Republicans under age 50 now support the freedom to marry for LGBT people. | View Infographic

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