The links below make an excellent point, the writing is on the wall and the question is going to be soon, not which state will be next to grant equal rights but what will be the last state to grant it and give same-sex marriages.
These are the 18 states left that dont have legislation written/being written and or court cases in the works to fight for equal rights.
Gay Marriage, Civil unions and domestic partnerships banned
Gay Marriage and Civil unions banned
Gay Marriage Banned
Gay Marriage Not legal
* states among the last to allow interracial marriage
^ states among the last to allow women to vote
# states among the last to end slavery
The guesses by the video above and articles below are guessing Alabama and Mississippi.
Nate Silver Sends 'The Daily Show' to Find the Last Gay Marriage Holdout State - Arit John - The Atlantic Wire
Nate Silver Sends 'The Daily Show' to Find the Last Gay Marriage Holdout State
My pick is Mississippi since not to long ago people tried to bring legislation back to ban interracial marriage.
Theres more states than there are poll options so i picked the 9 most likely based on history and put an "other" spot for write in.
Heres what the rest of the country looks like
14 states and DC have equal rights:
18 more are in various stages of fighting or establishing a fight for equal rights
New Mexico – is granting equal rights for now and the SSC is going to decided on this soon
Court Case(s) in the works to establish equal rights:
Court Case(s) and Legislation in the works, which ever wins first:
Legislation in the works:
thats 32 states