Poll Shows Americans Become More Supportive of Gay Marriage

A poll released Wednesday from the Pew Research Center for the People and Press shows that opposition to gay marriage has dropped from 63% to 51% since February 2004.  (365gay.com)

More good news. 


The number of people who say they strongly oppose gay marriage has dropped from 42 percent in early 2004 to 28 percent now. Strong opposition has dropped sharply among senior citizens and Republicans.

People are now evenly split on allowing adoptions by gay couples and six in 10 now favor allowing gays to serve openly in the military.


Another California survey found similar results. 

Americans are becoming increasingly comfortable with homosexuals and support is growing for non-marriage issues …. adoption, military service, anti-discrimination policies, even civil unions. 

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