Marriage Equality Poll Shows 21+ Point Lead in Maine Ballot Fight
The latest poll concerning the efforts to legalize same-sex marriage in Maine shows same sex marriage passage holding a phenomenally strong lead of 21+ points just a month before the voters go to the polls.
The Critical Insights poll was conducted Sept. 12 through Sept. 16 with live telephone interviews of 618 randomly selected likely voters statewide. Results were statistically adjusted to reflect the Maine population regarding age, gender, region of residence and political affiliation. The poll has a 4 percent margin of error.
Its being reported that support is particularly high among Democrats (81 percent), supporters of President Obama (86 percent), college graduates (69 percent), and 18-to-34-year-olds (77 percent).
If won, Maine will be first state to legalize the freedom to marry through a voter referendum but could also set a precedent that it is possible to win by ballot that many on the right may used against us in upcoming court cases statiung that since it is possibel to win by ballot that judical judgement is not needed.
Civil Rights are not to be voted on, up or down. EVER!