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Poll: Majority In CA Now Support Marriage

For the first time, a slim majority of polled Californians support marriage equality. And a whopping 75% support the repeal of DADT.
A Public Policy Institute of California survey released Wednesday found a record high 50 percent of Californians said they back gay marriage, with 45 percent opposed. It comes less than two years after voters approved a constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage. Support also is growing for repealing the military's "Don't ask, don't tell" policy. Seventy-five percent of Californians say they support repealing the law, which was passed in 1993. The institute surveyed 2,002 California adults by phone from March 9-16. The poll has a sampling error rate of plus or minus 2 percentage points, higher for subgroups.
We're getting there.

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