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05/17/2006

Hoosier poll: who's your poll, mister inquisitive?

by Jeremy Hooper

   A new survey conducted by rights group Indiana Equality found that 79% of the state's residents agree gays should have the same civil rights protections as everyone else, with 74% saying they support hospital visitation rights and 53% indicating they're in favor of inheritance rights for same-sex couples.

Or to more tersely sum up the findings: Results our grandkids will be shocked we actually had to debate.

Hoosiers Favor Basic Rights for Gay and Lesbian Citizens [Indiana Equality]

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