A new poll shows a majority of Michiganders support gay marriage.
8 years ago, 59% of Michigan voters approved a state constitutional amendment banning same sex marriage and civil unions.
But Michigan State University researchers say a poll has found 56% of Michiganders are now in favor of gay marriage. The poll of more than a thousand Michiganders turn place between mid-June and mid-August.
Charles Ballard is the director of the State of the State Survey. He says there remains a core of people ‘Strongly Opposed’ to gay marriage.