As Colorado prepares for civil unions next Wednesday, a new poll shows support for marriage equality slightly edging out support for civil unions. On Top Magazine reports:
According to a Public Policy Polling survey of 500 Colorado voters released on Tuesday, 50 percent of Colorado voters support the state’s civil unions law, while 38 remain opposed. But a slightly larger majority, 51 percent, support marriage for gay couples, with 43 percent opposed. Voters under 30 favor marriage by a 74-17 margin.
So will Colorado upgrade the civil unions law to full marriage equality in the next year or two?