USA, Ohio: Voters Evenly Split on Marriage Equality

Written by scott on September 4th, 2013

titleA new poll shows Ohio Voters are evenly split on marriage equality, but slightly against repealing the ban on it..

The Plain Dealer reports:

The nonpartisan Public Religion Research Institute, in a survey of 1,001 adults – 883 of them registered voters – found that 47 percent believe same-sex couples should be allowed to wed. Another 47 percent do not. Six percent were unsure or did not respond. But when asked about a possible state constitutional amendment to repeal the one that banned gay marriage nearly a decade ago, 51 percent said they would not support the measure, compared with 45 percent who would. The findings seem to validate fears some gay rights groups in Ohio have about moving ahead with their ballot push in 2014.

Not quite sure how you can be for marriage equality AND for the ban against it, but apparently about 4% of Ohioans are…

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