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11/28/2007

Poll: Fewer Hoosiers wanna tarnish constitution's good image

by Jeremy Hooper

Indiana-1A new Indianapolis Star-WTHR poll shows that support for a constitutional ban on gay marriage is on the decline in Indiana. In the latest, 49% indicated their unfortunate and misguided support for a ban, while 44% opposed (compared to 56% support and 40% opposition in 2005):

Support slipping for gay-wed ban [Indy Star]

Ban supporters cite lots of bullshit about "protecting marriage" as the reasons behind their stances; ban opponents cite a sheer non-desire to explain to their grandkids why they chose to support one of the most backwards historical missteps to ever grace this landscape.

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