Popular support for Connecticut ruling allowing same-sex weddings.

Newsday reports that the University of Connecticut surveyed 502 adults over the weekend for the Hartford Courant on the subject of the Connecticut Supreme Court ruling that people are entitled to marry someone of the same sex.  The poll shows 53% in favor of the rulingand 42% against.  Republican voters tend to oppose it and Democrat voters tend to support it.

2 Responses

  1. Liberalization of a society usually predicts its downfall.

  2. So, how many years since the magna carta was signed at Runymede in 1215 are we to expect the downfall of British society?

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