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12/07/2006

Poll: Jersey Republicans skew results for the rest of us

by Jeremy Hooper

A new Quinnipiac University poll shows that 60% of Jersey voters support same-sex civil unions, but only 44% support full marriage equality (with 50% opposing).

Meaning, of course, that 60% of Jersey's math teachers must still be teaching the fallacy that ≠ and = are the same thing.

Obviously.

In terms of full marriage support: Democrats support gay marriage 52 - 42%, independent voters support it 50 - 46%, and Republicans oppose it 70 - 25%. But be warned, as these results have a margin of error of: "the Republicans are kind of erroneous in their opposition" -- "the Republicans are very erroneous in their opposition."

December 7, 2006 - New Jersey Voters Support Same-Sex Civil Unions, Quinnipiac University Poll Finds; Governor's Approval At New High [Quinnipiac University Poll]

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