Poll Says Residents Approve of Marriage Equality by 55% to 33% Margin


In 2008, Connecticut’s Supreme Court made the Granite State the second in the country to offer equal marriage to all citizens.

In 2012, voters overwhelmingly approve of that decision, according to a recent poll from Public Policy Polling.

Connecticut citizens endorse the equality law by an enormous 55-33 margin, which balloons to 68-18 for those under 30.

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