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10/10/2011

One Values Voter poll, two #FAILs

by Jeremy Hooper

#1: Of all of their pet issues, it was and undefined "Other" that handily won the Family Research Council's online "issues" poll.

#2: The reason "protecting marriage" did poorly might have something to do with the fact that the phrasing was actually advocating for polygamy:

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VVS 2011 Poll [FRC]
(H/t: Scott Wooledge)

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*The power of Joe.My.God

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