Voters in Maryland are split on whether or not to uphold the state's gay marriage legislation, according to a poll released Monday from OpinionWorks. The poll, commissioned by The Baltimore Sun and surveying 801 voters, showed support for repealing legislation at 47 percent, with opposition to the repeal at 46 percent. The poll had a margin of error at 3.5 percent.
The survey shows marked tightening from the Sun's poll in late September, which had opposition at 49 percent and support at only 39 percent. The PollTracker average shows current opposition at 48 percent and support at 45.7 percent with only eight days remaining until the election.