Poll shows both Constitutional amendments headed toward approval

A KSTP/Survey USA poll finds the marriage amendment favored by 50 percent of respondents and opposed by 43 percent. The amendment would have the Constitution define marriage as an opposite sex union. In addition, the voter ID amendment was backed by 62 percent and opposed by only half that number. It would require a photo ID to vote, among other election changes.
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A KSTP/Survey USA poll finds the marriage amendment favored by 50 percent of respondents and opposed by 43 percent. The amendment would have the Constitution define marriage as an opposite sex union. In addition, the voter ID amendment was backed by 62 percent and opposed by only half that number. It would require a photo ID to vote, among other election changes.

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