No on 8, Equality for All, which ran the campaign against Proposition 8 in California, has taken the unusual step of releasing the data that shows what polling on the antigay ballot measure looked like in 2008.
According to the San Diego Gay & Lesbian News, the extensive data release is part of the winding down of the organization. Equality for All announced its formal dissolution plans Monday, which include leaving Equality California to manage any remaining assets, the data being primary among them.
Equality California offers PDFs of the data, saying, "This data tracks voters position on Proposition 8, influential messages and messengers, and impact on voters from various messages. No on 8, Equality for All, which is now disbanded, has taken the unprecedented step of making this data public to provide the community and our allies with as much information as possible, and so we can learn as much as possible from the data." Take a look here.