A majority of Utahns oppose the Supreme Court's ruling striking down gay marriage bans in all 50 states.

According to a Utah Policy poll of 610 people conducted by Dan Jones & Associates, 37 percent of respondents support the high court's decision, while 58 percent say they're opposed.

A large share of Republicans (84%) oppose the decision, while 90 percent of Democrats favor it.

Support was highest among young people, though support only exceeded 50 percent among adults in the 25- to 34-year-old age group.

Pollsters also found that 74 percent of Utahns believe wedding-related businesses should be allowed to refuse services to gay couples.

Only 19 percent of respondents disagreed with the following question: “Do you believe that those private businesses that don't wish to provide services to same-sex weddings should be liable to civil actions, or should they be given special protection under the law?”