Roughly 123,000 gay and lesbian couples have tied the knot since the Supreme Court's historic ruling legalizing such unions across the country.

According to a Gallup survey released Wednesday, the percentage of married cohabiting gay couples increased 11 percent since the 2015 ruling, up from 38 percent.

The high court's ruling, Obergefell v. Hodges, came down on June 26.

An estimated 123,000 gay couples got hitched in the past year, up 2 percent from 7.9 percent. Domestic partnerships declined from 12.8 percent to 10.1 percent, Gallup said.

“This indicates that while many unmarried same-sex couple who were living together got married in the past year, many others stopped living together or no longer consider themselves to be domestic partners,” researchers said. “The largest percentage of LGBT Americans – 49.9% – continue to identify as single or never married, up from 47.4% a year ago.”