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11/09/2012

Undaunted by reality, NOM retreats further into far-right echo chamber

by Jeremy Hooper

How far-right is Republican pollster KellyAnne Conway? Well, here's where she was the morning after the election:

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She was also one of Newt Gingrich's senior campaign advisors.

But in the increasingly desperate world of the National Organization For Marriage, Ms. Conway is nothing more than a "respected pollster" with a totally objective take on how Americans view civil equality:

The National Organization for Marriage (NOM) today released the results of a nationwide survey of voters conducted on Election Day that shows 60% of Americans who voted in the election favor marriage being the union of one man and one woman. The survey, conducted by respected pollster Kellyanne Conway's firm 'the polling company, inc.' is consistent with a national survey they conducted this past September showing 57% of Americans then believed marriage should only be the union of one man and one woman.
MORE: NOM Press release

Right, NOM, keep embracing that deeply conservative echo chamber that will tell you what you and your supporters want to hear. That worked out so well for you.

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