CBS News reports that support for marriage equality has dipped in the last few months since April.
Most Americans support some legal recognition of a same-sex couple’s relationship. The poll found 33 percent favor marriage for same-sex couples, down somewhat from a high of 42 percent in April, and another 30 percent support civil unions. A third of Americans think there should be no legal recognition of a same-sex couple’s relationship. Views in this poll are similar to those found back in March of this year.See Unite the Fight's post on CBS News April numbers.
Here is April's graph for comparison:
The full poll is embedded below. Marriage equality information is on pg. 4.
CBS News & New York Times June 2009 Marriage Equality Poll