Virginia’s yet another state to show a big jump in marriage equality support – at 56$, it’s up 10% from a year ago. Think Progress reports:
Virginia has also experienced significant progress. A new Washington Post poll shows that 56 percent support marriage equality — up 10 points from two years ago — while 43 percent remain opposed. A series of recent posts have shown mixed results in Virginia, such as two polls last month that only found 45 percent for the freedom to marry, while an October poll found 49 percent support. Many of these polls found higher support for civil unions or other forms of relationship recognition for same-sex couples.
The pace of the change this last year has been breathtaking, and we are literally struggling to keep up with all the news that’s pouring in. It’s a good problem to have.