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05/24/2010

Slowly but surely: Our national organization is [almost] for marriage

by Jeremy Hooper

From Gallup:

PRINCETON, NJ -- Opponents of legalizing same-sex marriage continue to outnumber supporters in the United States, by 53% to 44%. However, opposition is now tied for the lowest Gallup has measured. Support was slightly higher, at 46%, in 2007.

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Americans' Opposition to Gay Marriage Eases Slightly [Gallup]

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