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07/11/2006

Poll: Wisconsin voters fairly split between right and wrong ways to vote

by Jeremy Hooper

  A recent telephone survey conducted by bipartisan site Wispolitics.com shows that 48.5% of Wisconsin voters support a state constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage, while 47.8% indicate they oppose the nonsense and 3.7% say that they don't know/ refuse to answer.

Relatedly, a recent telephone survey conducted by this extremely partisan scribe indicates that, "Yep, that's a phone."

WisPolitics Poll: Anti-Gay Marriage Amendment Splits Wisconsinites [WisPolitics.com]

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