A study commissioned by Equality Texas found that a plurality of public opinion in Texas is now just in favor 47.9% to 47.5 of changing the discriminatory marriage law.
That is up significantly from 2010, when just 42.7% said yes. In 2005, only 23.8% of voters rejected the anti gay marriage amendment known as Proposition 2, a change of 20 percent in just five years.
This phenomenal growth in Texas follows the national trend in the US showing support growing by one to four percent every year. It is now only a matter of time before Texas has a solid majority in favor of the freedom for gay couples to marry.