"POLL: Marylanders Support Marriage Equality Across All Races"
A new poll from Goucher College shows that 55 percent of Marylanders support marriage equality, while 39 percent are opposed. This particular poll did not, however, screen for likely voters. According to the results, white respondents support the freedom to marry 60-36, black respondents 49-43, and other races 51-42. The poll also asked what impact legalizing same-sex marriage would have on society: 42 percent it would have no effect, 22 percent said it would change society for the better, and 32 percent said it would change society for the worse.