Tipping Point for Freedom to Marry in Pennsylvania?

The Examiner.com
June 26, 2009
The most recent public-opinion survey, from Muhlenberg College and the Allentown Morning Call, published earlier this month, showed that backing for marriage equality in the Keystone State increased from 35 percent in 2004 to 42 percent. Jeff Lax and Justin Phillips of Columbia University place Pennsylvania well above average in its acceptance of the freedom to marry. Using polling, statistical analysis and ranking several factors Phillips and Lax rank Pa. seventeenth out of fifty states. [link]