Numbers.

California’s pretty split on last week’s gay marriage win. While 41% of people said they “strongly approve” or “approve” of the decision, 42% residents said they “strongly disapprove.” That’s refreshing, right? Right. But then consider this: 54% of registered voters said they would vote for an amendment to reverse the court’s decision. Thirty-five said they would definitely vote against. Fifty-four percent also happens to be the slice of citizens who don’t think same-sex relationships are morally wrong. [LA Times]