It's a little something called inter-generational change.
Just 19 percent of people who strongly oppose gay marriage know that a majority supports it.
Texas is not a gay marriage microcosm. It didn't need to be.
Senate and governor's races are sexier. But the Virginia attorney general's race is a reminder of why down-ballot wins have massive impact.
At the least, it's an unwelcome distraction for Liz Cheney; at the most, it could seriously strain her effort to convince voters she is genuine.
Gay marriage activists have been on a winning streak, but from here on out, the fight becomes harder.
The Illinois legislature may vote as early as next week to legalize same-sex marriage.
New Jersey's decision makes it 14 states and D.C.
Americans view gay marriage the same way they did before the high court's landmark rulings.