Fifty-four percent of people questioned in a CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll released Monday say that marriages between gay or lesbian couples should not be recognized as valid, with 44 percent suggests they should be considered legal.58%. Nearly two-thirds. And that number will surely grow. Note this quote: "People who say they have a gay friend or relative support same-sex marriage. Most of those who say they don't know anyone who is gay oppose gay marriage." As more and more people come out, as it grows more and more safe to do, support will continue to shift in favor of gay marriage.
Among those 18 to 34 years old, 58 percent said same-sex marriages should be legal. That number drops to 42 percent among respondents 35 to 49 years old, and to 41 percent for those 50 to 64 years of age. The poll indicates that only 24 percent of Americans 65 and older support recognizing same-sex marriages as valid.
That's progress, dodos, and you can't stop it!