Connecticut Says ‘I Do’ — Not Want to Ban Gay Marriage

A new Quinnipiac University Poll shows a slim majority of Connecticut voters support a recent state Supreme Court decision that allows same-sex couples to marry. Fifty-two percent say they support the ruling, while 39 percent oppose it. Nine percent are undecided. But voters strongly oppose amending Connecticut’s constitution to ban same-sex marriage, 61 percent to 33 percent. [AP]

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  • Mike

    Finally, some good news. As glitzy, “gay” and liberal we may think of California as, Californians will never beat New England’s bleeding heart “elite” liberals!

    Gay marriage has a stronger chance in Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Vermont and even New Jersey than it ever had in California.

  • Bruno

    Just remember that in September a Field Poll showed 55% opposing prop 8 and 38% for. I don’t trust ANY state’s populace to vote properly on this issue right now.

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