I’m telling you, it’s going to happen one way or another, and now it seems to be tipping away from civil unions and towards full marriage rights.
In fact, a new NYTimes/CBS poll reveals that…
- In March, 35% thought same sex couples should have no legal recognition. That numbers has dropped 7% since then.
- 69% of liberals support gay marriage, while only 28% of conservatives support it. But when you add that 28% with the 28% who favor civil unions, well, 56% of conservatives are for some sort of recognition.
- While only 31% of those over 40 support gay marriage, 57% of those under 40 support it. And that’s really all you need to know to realize this will happen sooner or later.
But hey, Republicans should keep fighting it and see if that’ll work.
OR…they could realize that this issue is over and move on.
More as it develops…
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