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10/14/2008

Marriage ruling: Most Conns see it as a pro

by Jeremy Hooper

 Good As You Images 200810101126A new University of Connecticut/Hartford Courant poll indicates that 53% of likely voters agree with the Supreme Court's fair-minded marriage ruling, while only 42% oppose:

Poll: Most in Connecticut support gay marriage ruling [365Gay]

Those in the majority are said to have cited things like fairness, equality, separation of personal religious views from civil law, and a crippling addiction to wedding cake; those in the opposing minority are said to have cited the "but, but -- I just WANT it to be this way" principle.

We should be pollsters!

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They must make better wedding cakes than I have eaten then...maybe they do for gay marriages..haven't been to one. Hope you don't have to go to Conn or Mass...but we'll see come NOV 4.

Posted by: LOrion | Oct 14, 2008 7:27:32 PM

Even if the 4.4% margin of error is in their favor this still puts the sane people in the majority.

Posted by: Rainbow Phoenix | Oct 14, 2008 8:03:06 PM

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