Friday, May 24, 2013

New PPP Poll:Minnesota Voters Narrowly Support Gay Marriage

Yesterday, the Public Policy Polling group released new poll results of voters in Minnesota and found that a slim majority support the same-sex marriage bill that was signed into law last week by a margin of 49/45.

PPP also found that Gov. Mark Dayton maintains supports over other potential gubernatorial options despite a slip in support. In fact, he's maintaining pretty hefty favorability when tested against pretty much any Republican opponent. Minnesota respondents also supported raising the state minimum wage to $9.50/hour by a 54/37 margin, oppose taxing cigarettes to pay for a new Minnesota Vikings Stadium (margin of 35/53), and support Sunday liquor sales by a margin of 62/31.

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