A Zion’s Bank/Utah Policy.com survey conducted by Dan Jones And Associates shows that a majority of Utahns are still opposed to marriage equality and support the state government’s appeal of the Kitchen v. Herbert ruling which struck down Utah’s Amendment 3 last December.
The poll, released this morning, asked 400 respondents if they support or oppose same-sex marriage. 24% said they completely support, with 53% being completely opposed. 5% were “somewhat” supportive, with 8% “somewhat” opposed and 10% neutral.
Roughly the same results were reported for the question of whether or not respondents support or oppose Utah’s decision to appeal Kitchen v. Herbert to the United States Supreme Court. 54% completely support, 8% “somewhat” support, 7% neutral, 4% “somewhat” oppose, 27% completely oppose and 1% undecided.
Interestingly enough, however, a majority of Utahns also believe that the Supreme Court will rule that Utah’s Amendment 3 is unconstitutional. 58% answered yes, with 17% saying no, and 25% not knowing.
The poll was conducted statewide and has a margin of error of +/- 4.9%.