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60 Percent Of New Jersey Voters Support Marriage Equality

A new Quinnipiac poll out of New Jersey finds marriage equality support continues to grow in the state. According to the poll, NJ voters support legalizing same-sex marriage by a 60 - 31 margin. The partisan breakdown reads as follows: 69 - 23 among democrats, 64 - 28 independents, and republicans oppose at 49 - 39. 

On the other hand, the Quinnipiac poll has found that NJ voters also support Gov. Chris Christie's marriage equality veto by 2 - 1. 

(Via Quinnipiac)