A majority of Republicans would attend the same-sex wedding of a loved one, a new poll has found.

According to a Reuters/Ipsos online poll of 1,752 adults conducted between April 23-27, 56 percent of Republicans said they would attend such a wedding. Greater support was found among Democrats (80%) and Independents (70%).

Overall, 68 percent of Americans said they would attend the wedding of a loved one who is gay, while 19 percent said they would not and 13 percent refused to answer.

The question is being asked of Republicans vying for the White House.

On Tuesday, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush said he would attend, though he's on record as opposing marriage equality.

Florida Senator Marco Rubio was in agreement with Bush, while former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum said that attending such a ceremony would be a “violation of his faith.” Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker has said that he's attended the wedding reception of a gay relative.

(Related: John Kasich says he “likes” his gay friends; won't explain same-sex wedding stance.)