New Hampshire Voters Strongly Oppose Repealing Law that Allows Gay and Lesbian Couples to Marry

Thursday, February 10th, 2011

In the wake of the change in leadership in the state legislature, there has been an active effort to repeal the law that allows gay and lesbian couples in New Hampshire to marry. Our recent survey, however, shows that Granite State voters strongly support marriage for gay and lesbian couples and strongly oppose overturning the law. Nine out of ten voters across the political spectrum want the state legislature to focus on economic, not social, issues.