welp, mind if I interject?
the support ratio is about 60% of the US in favor, 37% opposed 3% give no fuck
Kentucky, no offence to you Jagerin, is known to be the state that is both hardcore conservative and fairly low on every positive census static such as healthcare, education, and poverty rate. (Wierdly enough in all these rankings, Texas and Mississippi are competing for dead last. Texan economy would probably be in even worse shape were it not for it's oil and natural gas industries.)
I'm willing to bet a great concentration of that 37% is in the bible belt including kentucky.
So it is entirely possible she is indeed speaking for the majority of her town, as unfortunate as that is.
Most of the US approves, that doesn't mean that is the majority view in all states or even all towns.
Sunlight is the best disinfectant for matters like this. you can bet a lot of people will want nothing to do with that town now.