By RICHARD K. DE ATLEY and JIM MILLER
A majority of Californians now support same-sex marriages and oppose a constitutional ban on them, the first time in 31 years that voters have favored such unions, according to a statewide poll.
"This is a groundbreaking poll. The line has been crossed," said Field Poll Director Mark DiCamillo on Tuesday. The poll said Californians accept such marriages 51 percent to 42 percent.
But there remain deep divisions among Californians along regional, political, religious and age categories, the Field Poll released Tuesday concluded.
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Looks like the vote on marriage that opponents of equality want is not going to be to their liking. It will be very interesting to see how this plays out. Opponents of gay marriage in Massachusetts tried to pass a similar amendment but had to gain approval of at least 25% of the legislators, yet could not muster even that minimal support. This sent them a clear message, "Don't bother", and they have not since.