According to a recently released poll, a majority of Tennessee voters remain opposed to marriage equality.

The Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) survey of 603 registered voters conducted October 23-27 found that 57 percent of respondents either “oppose” or “strongly oppose” such unions, while 29 percent said that they “favor” or “strongly favor” marriage equality.

In June, the Supreme Court ruled that gay and lesbian couples have a constitutional right to marry. The ruling cleared the way for marriages to begin in all 50 states.

Nashville Public Radio reported similar results from a poll taken before the court's landmark ruling.

“[T]here hasn't really been much of a change since the Supreme Court decision occurred,” said Ken Blake, MTSU poll director. “So maybe we've hit a floor in Tennessee, at least for a little while.”

Support was lower than national polls even among Democrats (40% in favor) and respondents aged 18 to 34 (49%).

(Related: 29% of Arkansans support gay marriage.)