POLL: Indiana Split On Marriage Equality, Opposed To Amendment

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"POLL: Indiana Split On Marriage Equality, Opposed To Amendment"

A new survey shows that Indiana voters are split 45-45 on the issue of marriage equality, but only 38 percent support the proposed constitutional amendment banning. Despite this low support, Republican lawmakers are still planning to follow through on the amendment’s second legislative vote, which could advance it to a referendum. Civil unions have stronger support, with 55 percent favoring them and only 37 percent opposed.

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