A majority of Virginians now support same sex marriage!

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    May 15, 2013 9:48 PM GMT
    Times are changing so fast. If only we hadn't adopted the worst anti-SSM constitutional amendment in the country just a few years ago.... icon_cry.gif

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    May 16, 2013 12:31 AM GMT
    Arizona's right behind you guys! 55% to 35%!

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    Rocky Mountain Poll(Behavior Research Center)SAME-SEX MARRIAGE:After years of beating the drums against same-sex marriage, opponents of the idea in Arizona appear to be losing their grip on public attitudes toward the issue. By a ratio of 55 percent to 35 percent, Arizonans say they favor allowing gays and lesbians to marry. Majorities in the following groups appear to have locked arms in support of such unions: women (60%), Hispanics (75%),liberals (67%), moderates (64%), registered Independents (64%), Democrats (70%), and voters under 55 years of age (60%).A plurality of voters over 54 years of age also favor allowing such unions (46%); while 40 percent remain in opposition.


    Only thing the wedge-makers will like... Non-Latino Minorities in 'Zona oppose SSM by 36% to 58%. Ken Hutcherson may pay a visit to Amy's Bakery soon! icon_lol.gif
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    May 16, 2013 12:35 AM GMT
    showme saidTimes are changing so fast. If only we hadn't adopted the worst anti-SSM constitutional amendment in the country just a few years ago.... icon_cry.gif

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    Washington PostRepublican voters are now about evenly split on the question — 40 percent say gay marriage should be legal, 47 percent say it should be illegal — after being widely opposed in surveys in 2012 and 2011. In 2006, 85 percent of Republican voters opted to ban gay marriage, according to exit polling at the time.


    Thank you, Commonwealth Republicans!