According to a Gallup survey, same-sex marriages have increased 7 percent since the Supreme Court's June ruling striking down gay marriage bans in all 50 states.

Prior to the high court's decision, such unions were legal in 37 states.

Gallup surveyed 4,752 LGBT Americans in 2015 through June 26, the day the Supreme Court handed down its ruling, and 4,172 since then.

The number of married gay couples increased from 26 percent to 31 percent in the 13 states directly impacted by the decision.

Same-sex marriages also increased in states which recognized gay couples with marriage prior to the court's ruling, from 42 percent to 49 percent. In these states, it is as likely for a gay couple living together to be married as not married.

Gallup used the figures to estimate that there are now approximately 486,000 same-sex marriages in the U.S., compared to approximately 390,000 four months ago. Among all LGBT Americans, 9.6 percent report being in a marriage with a same-sex partner. According to Gallup, 13.4 percent of LGBT Americans report being in an opposite-sex marriage, down .8 percent since the high court's ruling.