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03/26/2008

Survey: Land of Ben & Jerry supports marriage of same

by Jeremy Hooper

Vt-3A new survey coming out of Vermont shows that 54% of the state's voters support allowing gay couples to marry while 37% are still just plain wrong opposed:

Doyle Survey Shows Vermont Voters Favor Same-Sex Marriage [WPTV]
(H/t: Towle)

Come for the foliage and syrup -- stay for (and hopefully come after) the pledge of legally-committed monogamy!

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Well.... actually it's not a poll, it's a survey.

Unlike a poll, a survey makes no claim (or effort) to being representative of the population as a whole. So while it is very very good to hear, it doesn't really mean much of anything.

Posted by: Timothy Kincaid | Mar 26, 2008 1:33:52 PM

Oops, Timothy -- you're right. It actually is a survey. I'll correct the headline.

Posted by: G-A-Y | Mar 26, 2008 1:45:17 PM

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