A new survey released by the Public Religion Research Institute found broad support for pro-LGBT policies across the country, with a majority of Republicans now supporting same-sex marriage.
Of those surveyed, 67% of Americans support same-sex marriage. Although support from Democrats is 76%, 51% of Republicans said they also support same-sex marriage.
When asked by the American Values Atlas if they supported "laws that protect gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people against discrimination in jobs, public accommodations, and housing," 76% of Americans answered yes.
Support for nondiscrimination protection came in at 59% among conservative Republicans, 73% among liberal Republicans, and 75% among moderate Republicans.
The survey also found that 42% of Americans were classified as "completely in favor of pro-LGBTQ policies," 27% were "somewhat in favor of pro-LGBTQ policies," 13% were "somewhat against pro-LGBTQ policies" and 7% were "completely against pro-LGBTQ policies."