At a conference not long ago, I learned that, in Minnesota, only 2% of those polled were undecided. That means everything hinges on voter turn out.
Now this comes from KSTP:
SurveyUSA/KSTP Poll: Marriage Amendment Supporters Lead Among Likely Voters
A new SurveyUSA/KSTP poll shows supporters of the marriage amendment lead among likely voters as the issue heads to the ballot in November.
According to the poll, 52 percent of Minnesotans favor defining marriage as between one man and one woman.
Thirty-seven percent are against it and 11 percent are either not voting on the issue or not sure. [That's not 2%, but it is low. However: a non-vote counts as a no vote.]
Republicans favor the amendment by an overwhelming margin – 75 percent for the amendment to 12 percent against. Democrats oppose it by a smaller margin – 54 percent to 38 percent.
Watch our video above to see how independent voters side on the issue. [Go there to see that.]