According to a Quinnipiac University poll released Monday, Pennsylvania voters support a law that would allow same-sex marriage by 57-37 percent.
This represents a three percentage point increase from a Franklin & Marshall poll in October 2013.
Democrats favored the proposal 74-22 percent while Republicans opposed marriage equality 59-36 percent. The majority of independents, 58 percent, also supported the change.
Gender also played a role in determining attitudes towards legalizing gay marriage, with more Pennsylvania women supporting it than men — 60 and 53 percent respectively.
(via Huffington Post)