Minnesotans are equally divided over whether an amendment should be added to the state Constitution which defines marriage as an act between a man and woman according to a Star Tribune poll.
According to the poll, 48 percent of Minnesotans favor the amendment while 43 percent oppose it.
The poll also found that more men support the amendment compared to women. Fifty-two percent of men agree that marriage should only be recognized with heterosexual couple while only 45 percent of women share the same view.
"I like to think of Minnesota as being more open-minded," Christina Edstrom, 28, of St. Louis Park told the Star Tribune.
The Star Tribune polled 807 adults across the state and has a margin of error of 4.4 percent.