It's here (PDF). Basically: split dead even on marriage equality. But these nuggets are telling:

Voters who say they personally know or work with gay or lesbian individuals are in favor [of overturning Prop 8] 56% to 41%.  Those who do not are strongly against the proposed amendment, 66% to 27%.

And the percentage who favor no recognition of gay couples at all - the GOP litmus test - has fallen to a low of 19 percent, from 27 percent two years ago. Marriage is now easily the most favored option for gay couples, beating civil unions by 45 to 34 percent. (It was 36 to 3 percent three years ago).

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