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New Poll: MD Marriage Leads By Eight

The Washington Post has data on a new Maryland poll:
Fifty-one percent say they will vote to uphold the state’s same-sex marriage law, while 43 percent say they will vote against it. Six percent are undecided. The law would allow gay nuptials to begin in January. Forty-four percent of African American voters support same-sex marriage, a figure that has increased from 33 percent in a similar poll from January. Gonzales says the result suggests that public pronouncements from President Obama and others have contributed to the change.
I'll have more on this poll when further details are published.

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