The state of Arizona might be one of the next few states to decide whether it would allow same-sex marriages after the Defense of Marriage Act was defeated Wednesday.
According to The Atlantic Wire, Arizona ranks fourth among states that are likely to pass same-sex legislation based on a compilation of recent polls.
We looked at the most recent public polling for each state to try and assess where action might be expected.
The polling suggests that states adjacent to those which have passed same-sex marriages or which show growing support for the passing of said legislation are most likely to follow suit.
Arizona is one of the few states which shows a support of 50 percent or more regarding gay marriage, and is behind New Jersey, Michigan and Virginia.