Silver used current polling, trending data and a bunch of other
math-type stuff to project when each state would approve same-sex union
According to his figures, Oklahomans in same-sex partnerships still have plenty of time — roughly seven years — to plan their state-sanctioned nuptials.
If you can believe Silver and the trends, Oklahomans won’t be ready to approve the issue until 2020, ahead of only six other states.
All CFN knows is that we foresee a lot more celebratory cake in our future. Someday. And who doesn’t like cake?
Hey! Read This:
- A Tulsa same-sex couple hopes their fight for marriage equality will make it to the U.S. 10th Circuit
- Nontraditional marriage is becoming more traditional in modern Oklahoma families