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03/23/2006

Poll: 'Hey, an open bar is an open bar'

by Jeremy Hooper

   On the heels of the new Field poll suggesting California's attitudes towards gay relationships are becoming more favorable, a new study from the Pew Research Center shows that nationwide opposition to gay marriage has dropped from a 63% high in 2004 to a scant 51% majority this month.

Yay, almost but not quite at an even level of divisiveness! Fingers crossed that our relationships can prove to be completely polarizing by summer. 50/50 split -- your schismatic existence is in sight.

Additionally, the poll also shows American's warming up to the concepts of gay adoption and gays serving open in the military. Married 'mos adopting an openly gay soldier, however, was not a concept researched; better to not press our luck.

Less Opposition to Gay Marriage, Adoption and Military Service [Pew Research]

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