A new Quinnipiac Univeristy poll reveals some findings about the proposed amendment to ban same-sex marriage in Florida:
“The poll…finds that a proposed state constitutional amendment banning gay marriage is supported by 55 percent of voters — short of the 60 percent needed to amend the constitution. Three months ago, the amendment defining marriage as a union between a man and a woman was supported by 58 percent of voters.”
In early August, possibly gay governor Charlie Crist said he supports the same-sex marriage ban. The governor also recently announced he’s getting married to the female owner of a beard manufacturing company.
Perhaps that’s why he remains popular: “The new poll shows Crist with a 61 percent approval rating among Floridians. Only 25 percent disapprove.”
The poll surveyed 1,427 Florida voters and has a 2.6 percent margin of error.