From Below the Beltway. I'm not sure myself whether I support gay marriage or not. But even that figure of 39% of Americans currently supporting it surprised me as being higher than I would have guessed.
A new poll shows that the American public is increasingly accepting of civil unions, although support for gay marriage remains low:
The demographic breakdown on the gay marriage question is, as always, interesting:
In the end, this seems to me like a matter of time. Once that 18-29 cohort gets older and the next generation follows it, the number of people opposing gay marriage will slip into the minority.