Majority now supports gay marriage in NJ

As Democrats are making a legislative push for same-sex marriage, a poll released this morning shows that a majority of New Jersey voters supports the measure.

Fifty-two percent of Garden State voters think same-sex couples should have the right to marry, while 42 percent think they should not.

UPDATE: More on the the latest vote count in the state senate, it’s close.

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