by Patrick Appel

Ryan Sager looks at a new study on generational differences and support for marriage equality. No surprises here:

Just how big is the gay marriage age gap? Between the under-30 crowd and the over-65 crowd: 35 percentage points. Or, try this on for size, at the state level: If people over 65 in each state made the laws, 0 states would have gay marriage; if people under 30 made the laws, 38 states would have gay marriage.

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