For the first time, a poll shows that a majority of Pennsylvania voters support marriage equality. Thus is after another poll this week that showed a plurality (but not a majority) of voters supported marriage equality in the state. The Franklin and Marshall poll also looked at gun control. Politics PA reports:
Today’s Franklin and Marshall poll provides a look at where voters are on a variety of so-called social issues, including gay rights, gun control and marijuana. The biggest shift is gay marriage, which a majority of Pa. voters (52%) now support. Overall, support runs 52% to 41%. 36% strongly favor providing same sex couples the same marriage rights as traditional ones, and 16% somewhat favor it. 7% somewhat oppose and 34% strongly oppose it.
Things are moving quickly.