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06/02/2011

Poll: For NY pols, marriage INequality fast becoming a political liability

by Jeremy Hooper

The far-right's much-maligned "radical fringe" keeps growing larger and larger:

Popular opinion for same-sex marriage continues to tick up in the polls. A Quinnipiac survey out this morning found that 58% of NYers support the passage of a bill legalizing gay marriage. Only 36% are opposed to the measure. Back in April, the numbers were 56% – 38%.
Quinnipiac: 58% Of NYers Support Same-Sex Marriage [Capital Tonight]

Feel that June wedding fever, New York Senate. Stop forcing your state's gays to shlep to Connecticut, Vermont, or Massachusetts!

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