TROY (WKZO) -- A new poll shows that a majority of Michigan voters support same-sex marriage.
The poll, conducted by Glengariff Group Inc., shows that just over 56-percent of voters support same-sex marriage. That's up 12.5-percent from last year.
The change of heart is in contrast to 2004, when Michigan voters approved a constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage. The poll found that 54-percent would repeal the ban and replace it with an amendment to allow same-sex marriages.