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More than 70 percent of young Hispanics likely to vote say they support same-sex marriage, compared to 54 percent of millennial black voters and 69 percent of young white voters, according to a new Fusion Poll.

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Overall, 68 percent of young voters say they back same-sex marriage, and only 28 percent say they're opposed to it. But there's sharp divide on the issue between young Democrats and Republicans.

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Young Hispanics are also more likely than their their black and white peers to say they have a gay family member or friend.

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Overall, 64 percent of young likely voters say they have a friend or family member who is gay, and young women are more likely than their male counterparts to answer in the affirmative.

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Overall, 91 percent of young millennials likely to vote in the elections identify as "straight," according to the Fusion poll.

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For our complete coverage of the Fusion Millennial Attitudes Poll, click here.

To see the raw poll data provided by our polling firm, Bendixen & Amandi International, click here.

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