Politico and Morning Consult poll showed that 58 percent of registered voters agreed that federal law is necessary to protect marriage for queer couples.

That support is highest with Democrats at 75 percent, and with Independents at 62 percent, while 36 percent of Republicans agreed.

Over half of Republicans (51 percent) rejected to Congress passing such a law.The poll sampled 2,000 voters between July 22-24.Earlier this month, members of the U.S.