Exit polls show black voters supported Florida's constitutional ban on same-sex marriage by the greatest margin -- 71 to 29 percent -- when compared to whites and Hispanics.
But an analysis of the election results done for Equality Florida, a gay rights group, suggests black voters were less supportive of Amendment 2.
When pro-amendment votes in Florida's 21 largest counties were plotted against the percentage of blacks in each precinct, the trendline showed an insignificant increase in precincts with more black voters. And a run of the top 100 large precincts voting for the amendment found only 15 percent were predominantly black.
Read more about why Amendment 2 passed and its potential repercussions here.