Shocker Utah gay marriage poll

According to a Salt Lake Tribune Poll, Utah, the ruby-red state, is equally split on gay marriage: 48 to 48 percent. About 65 percent of those polled who identified themselves as Mormons were not in favor of gay marriage. However, nearly three-fourths, or 72 percent of residents said same-sex couples should be allowed to form civil unions or domestic partnerships, a view that was shared by 65 percent of Mormons. No word of any poll taken recently in Alaska on gay marriage.