Pennsylvania citizens back marriage equality

Half of Pennsylvanians favor a constitutional amendment to legalize same-sex marriage, and an even more believe the state should at least allow civil unions. A Franklin & Marshall College poll shows about a third, 33 percent, strongly favor a constitutional amendment that would allow gay couples to get married, and about another sixth, 17 percent, said they would somewhat favor a constitutional amendment to legalize same-sex marriage. The poll shows more than three-fifths, 62 percent, at least somewhat favor passage of a state law that would allow gay couples to legally form civil unions, giving them some of the legal rights of married couples.

[via thetimes-tribune.com]

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