Wednesday, December 12, 2012

54% of Hoosiers Oppose Gay Marriage Constitutional Amendment

With the General Assembly poised to take up a superfluous constitutional amendment banning gay marriage in Indiana, a new Ball State/WISH survey shows that 54 percent of Hoosiers oppose the amendment and only 38 percent favor it. It also shows that 45 percent of Hoosiers favor allowing gay couples to marry and 45 percent oppose them. And 55 percent favor civil unions with 37 opposed. Maybe Indiana is no longer the close-minded state that Governor-elect Pence and Speaker Bosma thought it was. Read more here.