Monday, May 23, 2011

Change in America – Majority of US nationals favor “Gay marriage”

According to the latest Gallup survey results about 53% of US nationals favor making gay marriage legal. The survey appears an important alter in mood on the matter from a year ago, when the same majority disapproved Gay-Marriage.

The current Gallup results, are in line with two previous national surveys this spring that show support for legally known Gay Marriage has acquired a newfound majority amid Americans.

According to Gallup, Democrats and political autonomy explained for the whole transfer in its poll contrasted to last year, when only 44 percent of all respondents’ supported gay marriage, while 53% percent were contrasted.

The proportion of Republicans supporting same-sex wedding held steady at 28 percent. At the same time same-sex wedding stays an extremely disputed issue, homosexual couples have succeeded the right to officially get married in five states – Massachusetts, Connecticut, Vermont, New Hampshire and Iowa. The District of Columbia has also agreed Gay Marriage.

"The tendency toward marriage parity is unquestionable—and permanent," Joe Solmonese, president of the gay rights group Human Rights Campaign, said in a statement.

Maggie Gallagher, chairman of the National Organization for Marriage, said the survey highlights her fellow challengers of gay wedding have been "embarrassed" into calm.

Twenty-nine states have taken on legitimate modifications confining wedding as between a man and a woman, and 12 other states have endorsed laws to that effect, according to the Human Rights Campaign.

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