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06/05/2012

1 promising poll + 1 grain of salt = principled focus for beating nasty MN ban

by Jeremy Hooper

Minnesota With polls, I have learned to neither let them discourage me or douse me with great confidence. That said, it's always worth pausing and smiling at trend lines that point towards the only tomorrow that we will ever accept:

Now only 43% of voters support [Minnesota's] proposed amendment, with 49% of voters opposed to it.
PPP Poll: Minnesota Anti-Gay Marriage Amendment in Serious Trouble After Major Shift in Attitudes [Towle]

Nice. Great. The right way for things to be going.

Now how do we connect with those 8% in either flux or hiding? What will work this time that hasn't worked in the past?

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