POLL: Maryland Voters Poised To Uphold Marriage Equality

A new poll from Hart Research Associations finds that 54 percent of Maryland voters are prepared to uphold the recently passed marriage equality law, while just 40 percent oppose it. Support among African Americans was split with 44 percent in support and 45 percent opposed, unlike a Public Policy Polling poll conducted in May that showed broader support. The full results of the poll will be released later today.