New Jersey Polling Shows Unequivocal Support for Marriage Instead of Civil Unions

Garden State Equality announced in a press release, that New Jersey wants to dump civil unions for marriage, and is ready now.

The survey found that "By 59 to 36 percent, New Jerseyans say they would be 'fine with' public officials changing the civil union law to marriage equality." These results are a call to action for New Jersey legislators who should listen to their constituents and end the exclusion of gay and lesbian couples from marriage in this year's legislative session. Governor Corzine already pledged to sign such a law.

Get the Facts: What's Going On in New Jersey and Why Civil Unions Are Failing