Thursday, June 7, 2012

Even in Michigan

Public Policy Polling asked Michiganders a few things about our state. Marriage equality is still frowned upon, but now only 45 to 41%, a big improvement over last summer. Add civil unions into the discussion and 70% of voters now favor some sort of legal recognition for gay couples. The state constitution amendment passed in 2004 bans both.

The same poll shows Dems have a good chance of taking back the state House with a 50%-35% lead with generic candidates. Yes, such a declaration should be taken with a really big grain of salt.

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