Sure, one-third of Americans (or rather, American voters) want gays to be able to capital-M marry. But one-third wants you to only be able to have civil unions, while one third doesn’t want your relationships to have any legal standing at all. (Officially the breakdown is 34-31-33, according to Daily Kos’ commissioned questionnaires from Public Policy Polling.) You already know that younger people support full marriage rights in greater numbers than The Olds, and liberals over conservatives, but while 33 percent of white respondents favored marriage, a full 47 percent of Latinos did. So how about we speed up that whole “brown people are taking over America” thing Arizonan lawmakers are so worried about?