A recent poll shows that support for gay marriage has slightly dipped since the landmark Supreme Court ruling, and support for religious liberties has risen since the decision. The poll shows that 39% of those polled agree with the Supreme Court’s ruling.
The Daily Signal also reports that 59% of Americans believe that businesses should be able to decline participating in same-sex weddings (whether it be making a wedding cake, officiating, etc.) without penalty -- as covered by our First Amendment rights.
You can see more results from the poll here.
What do you think? Do you think court clerks should be able to bow out of overseeing same-sex marriages and bakeries should not be fined for declining to make wedding cakes? Let us know your thoughts!