Poll: Voters oppose marriage and marriage bans

09/29/2006 | Pioneer Press (St. Paul, Minn.)

While overwhelmingly opposing full marriage rights, Minnesota voters, by a narrow plurality, also are against a constitutional marriage amendment, according to a St. Paul Pioneer Press-Minnesota Public Radio survey. The poll found 54% of voters are against legalizing same-sex marriage, and 29% support it, while 47% would vote against the marriage ban and 40% favor it.

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