This is fairly consistent with numbers that we've seen in the past, but PPP has just released their own data showing a majority favoring full marriage equality.
-The tide is turning in support of gay marriage in California. 51% of voters in the state now think it should be legal while 40% think it should remain illegal. It was just a little over 2 years ago that the state passed Proposition 8 but these numbers are reflective of a general liberalization in the views of Americans toward same sex marriage. (PPP)
The numbers get even better when you pull out senior citizens at 53-38. It is only a matter of time before we have full marriage equality in California and, eventually, the nation.
Oh, and they also tested a retrospective on the 2003 recall, and guess what, Californians wish they hadn't done that. By a 42-32 margin, voters would have refrained from recalling Davis. Too bad we can't take back the past seven years and the havoc the Governator wrought.