New polls show some very close races for Minnesota's constitutional amendments on the ballot this November.
On voter ID, the new Star Tribune Minnesota poll shows 52 percent in favor, 44 percent opposed and four percent undecided. That's much different than other recent polls where voter ID support is much higher.
The marriage amendment is also very close, with 49 percent supporting the same sex marriage ban. 47 percent are opposed and four percent are not sure.
Still, experts say these numbers may not accurately depict the voting public.
"The polls have a lot of problems with them – over-sampled Democrats, under-sampled Republicans," Hamline University Prof. David Schultz said. "Which means it's probably not the right mixture of who's out there."
Both voter ID and the marriage amendment need at least 50 percent support to pass. If you leave the question blank, it counts as a "no" vote .