The marriage amendment on November’s ballot could pass even though it now gets less than the 60 percent required for approval.
A poll out Wednesday shows that of the six proposed constitutional amendments on the Nov. 4 ballot, none now has the three-fifths support necessary for passage.
Amendment 2 — which would define marriage as between one man and one woman only — remains below the approval threshold.
The survey showed 55 percent in favor, 34 percent opposed and 11 percent undecided on Amendment 2. Mason-Dixon surveyed 625 likely voters earlier this week. Its poll has a 4-point margin of error.