This just in from Public Policy Polling (PPP):
"For the first time in its polling PPP finds a plurality of Alaskans in support of gay marriage. 47% of voters favor it to 46% who are opposed. That represents a 9 point shift just from a year ago when only 43% supported it and 51% were against. When it comes to the broader issue of granting same sex couples legal rights through civil unions there's a pretty broad consensus with 71% of voters in support and only 26% opposed to any sort of legal recognition. Even among Republicans there's 54% support for at least letting gay couples have civil unions" - PPP, 2/5/2014
Why aren't pro-equality groups in Alaska acting?