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01/23/2014

Poll: Most Americans are over this whole discrimination thing, even if their states haven't caught up

by Jeremy Hooper

A new Freedom To Marry poll (conducted by Anzalone Liszt Grove) shows that a majority of Americans living in states without marriage equality support the freedom to marry. Data at link:

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Personally, I can't wait for a future poll on how many Americans think far-right conservatives should apologize for leading us down this costly, divisive, overwrought fight to the great detriment of our national strength and unity.

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