It's not like I am in love with Maine, I am more of a New Hampshire kind of guy - live free or die, you know. But it is not a blue state - its politics are truly unique and hard to characterize in familiar mass-media terms.
"God Bless Our Troops in Harms Way."
Just noticed: The results of the poll are kind of slightly lopsided, aren't they?
The poll is phrased in an erroneous way.
It sets up a false dualism saying that you are either for gay marriage and thus for equal rights or that you are opposed to gay marriage and thus opposed to equal rights.
The fallacy in the poll's construct is based on the false premise that gay marriage is a right.
Gay marriage is a contradiction in terms, an oxymoron, as marriage is and always has been nothing other than "between a man and a woman as husband and wife".
Thus gays have no "right" to marriage, obviously, by foundational respect to definitive propriety, any more than cat owners have a "right" to enter their cats in a dog show for the same reason.
Thus the poll has no accurate correct answer.
All selections in the poll are simply erroneous, including the third one, as not voting in a meaningless poll does not mean one has "no vote", obviously.
Thus the poll is meaningless.
When the election is over and we open our eyes, it will sadly be too late to wonder what the hell just happened.
No way,,not in this lifetime, would I concede to view two Guys as legitimately married! No way,,,,,,,and to pay them to be Married? No way,,,,,not happening,,NEVER!