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The article's conclusions include:
Support for gay marriage comes primarily from Democrat's, those under 35 years of age, people with post-graduate educations, and those with no religious affiliation. Republicans are more likely to oppose gay marriage. Protestants were split on the issue, and Catholics opposed legalized gay marriage by 49-44 percent, within the margin of error.The following results are for the same-sex-marriage set. I have paraphrased the much longer questions.
(Andrew E. Smith, the UNH center’s director) said that the strong support from the 18-to-34-year-old age group shows that controversy over gay marriage will fade as older people who tend to oppose gay marriage begin to due.
SHOULD SAME-SEX MARRIAGE BE LEGAL?
POTENTIAL 2006 SAME-SEX BALLOT QUESTION
|Should question be on ballot? ||54||41||5|
|Would you vote for it? ||45||45||10|