Majority Of Vermonters: State’s Same-Sex Marriage Law Has Not Impacted Our Lives

A new Public Policy Poll finds that support for marriage equality in Vermont has increased since the state began recognizing same-sex unions in September 2009. Fifty-eight percent of residents now say that marriage equality should remain legal, while just 18 percent oppose it. Sixty percent saw no impact on their lives as a result of the law. A poll from April 2009 found that 55 percent of Vermonters supported marriage equality, while 38 percent opposed it. Results from the latest poll: