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Q. Why do I think Chris Christie might actually do the right thing?

by Jeremy Hooper

A. Because at the end of the day, being a politician -- and especially being one on the rise -- means reading polls, not reading NOM press releases:

New Jersey voters support 52 - 42 percent allowing same-sex couples to marry, the first time support tops 50 percent. There is a strong divide between those who attend religious services weekly and those who attend less frequently, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today. [FULL DATA]

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