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October 20, 2009


Support for Gay Marriage Split in Maine

A new Public Policy Polling survey in Maine finds the public deadlocked on whether to reject the state's law allowing same sex couples to marry, 48% to 48%.

"With most voters' minds made up the election is not really about persuasion at this point but turnout. Even a small difference in the ability of supporters and opponents of the referendum to get their folks out to the polls could tip the scales with the issue this close."












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