A poll released early Wednesday morning may shed light on how Maryland voters feel about various issues in the upcoming election.
The poll, conducted by Gonzales Research and Marketing Strategies, surveyed a total of 813 registered voters in Maryland who say they plan on voting in the November general election.
Touted as "Maryland's leader in public opinion polling," the Gonzales team reports concern about the economy is again the most important issue to local voters.
What else did it find?
Of those surveyed, 54 percent are likely to vote for President Barack Obama; 51 percent said they would vote in favor of same-sex marriage and 58 percent are likely to vote for the Dream Act (a bill that would allow immigrants an opportunity to pay in-state college tuition rates).
For a complete look at the poll results, look below.
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