According to a Public Policy Polling result issued today, should Maryland's pending marriage equality bill be forced onto the November ballot, voters would approve the issue by a 20 point margin. 57% of Maryland voters say they’re likely to vote for the new marriage law this fall, compared to only 37% who are opposed. That 20 point margin of passage represents a 12 point shift from an identical PPP survey in early March, which found it ahead by a closer 52/44 margin.
Talking Points Memo looks at a new Public Policy Polling poll on marriage equality in Washington state, and finds good news: The results of the latest survey from Democratic-leaning Public Policy Polling (PPP) shows 51 percent of Wa... Read Post
An advance look at a new poll to be released later today indicates that voters in Maryland favor the marriage equality law that will be on the ballot this November. read more Read Post