This is great news from Public Policy Polling:

It looks like Maine voters will reverse their 2009 decision and legalize gay marriage in the state this fall. 54% think that gay marriage should be legal to only 41% who think it should be illegal. And when we asked about the issue using the exact language voters will see on the ballot this fall, they say they’re inclined to support the referendum by a 47-32 margin.

Joe screen capped the graphic:

MainePollResults Maine Voters Likely To Reverse Marriage Equality Ban

One of the Religious Right’s favorite talking points against marriage equality is that “in 31 out of 31 states, voters have rejected same sex marriage when it’s put to a vote blah blah blah.” It looks like that talking point will soon die for them, in Maine and also in Washington state if their marriage law is put to a referendum. It’s always nice when Religious Right talking points die.