All signs currently point to no. Over the past two decades, there has been a dramatic increase in public acceptance of homosexuality, as well as same-sex marriage. Growing acceptance of homosexuality has paralleled an increase in public support for same-sex marriage. The survey found that a majority of the conservative Baby Boomer generation, for the first time, favored same-sex marriage, with 56 percent in favor and 39 percent opposed. But 51 percent of Republicans view media as the enemy, compared with 37 percent who consider it part of a democracy. US News.
This was a decade after the original law had passed.
Related Publications Oct 23, Real Life. This time last month, the Democrats led by 8 percentage points.
Will the bill pass?