An Associated Press poll on gay marriage shows a sharply and almost evenly-divided country when it comes to gay marriage, with a strong majority saying that religious liberty should trump gay rights when there is a conflict. Support for gay marriage is actually down from what it was before the Supreme Court ruling, suggesting that the gay triumphalists who sought to demonize and punish conscientious objectors may have overplayed their hand.
In April, 48% of Americans were in favor of gay marriage. Three weeks after the ruling, the number declined to 42%. But 40% of Americans do not approve. And 59% of Americans believe that religious liberty should take precedence over gay rights.
UPDATE: Here are the full poll results.