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Poll: Nearly 2/3 of Indianans know history's wrong side would make for terrible tourist attraction

by Jeremy Hooper

Encouraging polling out of Indiana:

Screen Shot 2013-09-24 At 3.49.21 PmINDIANAPOLIS — A new poll released today by Freedom Indiana reveals that almost two-thirds of Hoosiers believe amending the Indiana Constitution is the wrong way to address the issue of same-sex marriage.
POLL: Hoosiers believe amending Indiana Constitution is wrong way to address issue of same-sex marriage [Freedom Indiana]

No word if the other 1/3 are mostly against us, mistakenly uttered the wrong answer, or just experiencing early onset nostalgia for the first half of the aughts. But they are all wrong.

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