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Poll: Over half of voters in Arizona want to legalise equal marriage

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  1. Christopher Coleman 15 May 2013, 2:50am

    Can we be sure of this? After all, this is the state that does not like brown immigrants and is even suspicious of brown citizens.

    1. bobbleobble 15 May 2013, 10:04am

      Arizonans actually rejected a constitutional ban on SSM back in 2006 before they approved one in 2008 so it’s possible that the population genuinely is more relaxed on issues of sexuality than other areas. But then one poll isn’t going to convince me that SSM is just around the corner there either.

  2. Gay Activist Paul Mitchell 15 May 2013, 1:42pm

    Are you kidding me?????

    But then again the US is changing and moving on a majority of people now supporting SSMs!!!!!

    Arizona is between California and Texas and Mexico to the south remember – so it can explain the majority starting to accept that gay couples finally want marriage equality!!!!!

    In Texas, things are changing as well with opinion polls there too saying a plurality of voters support SSMs as well as the states of Oregon, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Hawaii and Wisconsin.

    Utah, Oklahoma, Mississippi, Alabama and Idaho opinion polls still have support of SSMs at only 20 to 30 percent.

    Here in Australia, support of SSMs is actually 66% according to opinion polls – so Julia and Tony GET ON WITH IT because it is time for marriage equality!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Gay Activist Paul Mitchell 15 May 2013, 1:46pm

    California, Colorado, Minnesota, Delaware, Nevada, New Jersey and Rhode Island all support SSMs at between 51% to 60% – so there you go!!!!

    Colorado, California, Hawaii, Wisconsin, Oregon and Nevada have state constitutional amendments still banning SSMs – but domestic partnerships and/or civil unions are freely available by the way!!!!!

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