MAJORITY OF NEW JERSEY VOTERS SUPPORT GAY MARRIAGE

Posted at 12:00 pm February 13, 2012, in New Jersey Politics & Issues, Rutgers-Eagleton Poll, Same-Sex Marriage

As the New Jersey state Senate prepares to vote on gay marriage, a new Rutgers-Eagleton Poll shows that 54 percent of Garden State voters say gay marriage should be legalized. Fewer than 40 percent oppose such a move, while 7 percent have no position on the issue. The last time the state legislature debated a marriage bill, during the 2009 lame-duck session, only 46 percent of Garden Staters were in favor, and 40 percent opposed.

 

Download the PDF file .

Share this: