Six national polls that have come out this year show that America’s long history of opposing same-sex marriage is over: a majority of Americans now support marriage equality. According to Gallup, as recently as last year, 53% of Americans were opposed to same-sex marriage with only 44% in favor, but now supporters number 53% and opponents only 45%. Other polls that show similar results include CNN/Opinion Research and ABC News/Washington Post. The divide among age demographics on this issue is still very present with opponents of same-sex marriage still representing a large majority of senior citizens and the opposite being true among younger people, but the nation as a whole has shifted enough that supporters are now an overall majority. Read the full article here.