Sunday, February 23, 2014

POLL: Potential Oregon Ballot Measure On Marriage Equality Leads 55-41

An internal poll conducted by Anzalone Liszt Grove for Oregon United for Marriage indicates that support for marriage equality in the Beaver state has increased to a healthy 14-point margin, 55-41.
This is interesting because although the coalition has collected enough signatures to put the question before voters in November 2014, they are waiting to see what a federal judge does with a pending federal lawsuit challenging Oregon's constitutional ban on marriage (which the state's attorney general claims will not survive any standard of legal review) before deciding whether to submit them or not.

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