Selzer & Co surveyed 800 Iowa adults between February 12 and 15. About 29 percent of respondents identified as Republicans, 26 percent as Democrats, and 41 percent as independents. Full results with question wording are here. The poll included a series of questions about "issues that may be debated in the Iowa Legislature this year." Just 38 percent of respondents said they favored an initiative to "pass a constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage." About 56 percent of respondents opposed passing such an amendment, while 6 percent were not sure.
The same poll asked, "Would you say you favor or oppose the recent Iowa Supreme Court decision that allowed gay and lesbian couples to marry in Iowa, or do you not really care much one way or the other?" Results for that question:
22 percent favor strongly
8 percent just favor
33 percent don't care much
7 percent just oppose
29 percent oppose strongly
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