2014 Survey Results – District 9

A federal judge recently overturned Amendment 3 to Utah’s Constitution which defined marriage as being between a man and a woman. This ruling resulted in same-sex marriages being performed in Utah. Do you support this judge’s decision?

Total Undecided 5%

Total in Support 26%

Total in Opposition 69%

Do you support the State’s efforts to appeal this Judge’s decision to a higher court?

Total Undecided 4% Total in Opposition 29%

Total in Support 67%

Would you support a proposed Constitutional Amendment that would affirm religious institution’s rights to deny performing same-Sex marriages based on religious beliefs?
Total Undecided 5% Total in Opposition 15%

Total in Support 80%

Would you support a proposed Constitutional Amendment that would affirm business owner’s rights to deny performing marriage related service for same-sex couples based on religious beliefs?

Total Undecided 5%

Total in Opposition 30%

Total in Support 65%

Would you support a sales tax being paid by online retailers?
Total Undecided 12%

Total in Opposition 36%

Total in Support 52%

Should retail businesses be taxed equally regardless of being online or brick-andmortar?

Total Undecided 13%

Total in Support 23%

Total in Opposition 64%

Would you support a gas tax that was flexible based on the rate of inflation?

Total Undecided 14%

Total in Support 34%

Total in Opposition 52%

Would you support a gas tax that is based on a percentage of the price of gas rather than a fixed amount as it has been?

Total Undecided 21%

Total in Support 26%

Total in Opposition 53%

Would you be willing to be legally restricted from driving your own vehicle if it helped improve overall air quality?

Total Undecided 8%

Total in Support 16%

Total in Opposition 76%

Do you support the legalization of recreational marijuana in Utah?
Total Undecided 10%

Total in Support 13%

Total in Opposition 77%

Do you support the legalization of medicines made from extracts of marijuana plants in Utah?

Total Undecided 17%

Total in Opposition 28%

Total in Support 55%

Would you support legislation that would make the Attorney General’s office an appointed position rather than an elected one like it is today?

Total Undecided 15%

Total in Support 21%

Total in Opposition 64%

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