SCSU Survey: Minnesotans Divided on Amendment Questions
ST. CLOUD - The Constitutional Amendment Questions on the November ballot were the focus of a recent statewide survey conducted by St. Cloud State University.
First, on the marriage amendment. Among likely voters 51% say they plan to vote "no", while 44% plan to vote "yes". Three-percent say they don't plan to vote on the issue, which essentially would also count as a "no" vote.
On The photo i.d. amendment, 55% of likely voters say they will vote "yes", while 39% say they will vote "no". Another three-percent say they plan to not vote on the question.
The 600 randomly chosen adult Minnesotans were interviewed October 15-21.