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04/12/2013

NBC News/WSJ poll belies other side's Want-It-To-Be/Wish-It-Were insistence

by Jeremy Hooper

A new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll continues to show America the writing that's so clealrly on the wall:

Fifty-three percent of respondents favor allowing gay and lesbian couples to marry, which is up 2 points since the NBC/WSJ survey last asked this question in December, though that increase is within the poll’s margin of error.
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The poll also finds that 63 percent of respondents believe the federal government should recognize same-sex marriages in states where they are legal, and 56 percent think that the question of allowing gay marriage should be left to a federal standard rather than to the states.
FULL POLL: http://on-msn.com/XH7ERZ

"Wall Street's corrupt and NBC hired Rachel Maddow!" insists an anti-equality movement that's running out of ideas.

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