Times are changing in Kentucky.
Seems like the opposition towards gay marriage is dropping, according to a new study:
Results from the latest Bluegrass Poll, released Tuesday, show 50 percent of registered voters in Kentucky oppose same-sex marriage, while 37 percent favor it and 12 percent remain unsure.
That's a drop from the 55 percent who said they opposed gay marriage in February and a sharp decline from the 72 percent that voted in favor of a ban in 2004 — when the state constitution was amended to define marriage as between a man and a woman.It's not much, but it is a change. Hopefully, the decline will continue.