New poll shows constitutional amendment support slipping

Support for the constitutional amendment on this spring’s primary ballot in North Carolina has slipped from 58 to 54, according to the latest survey by Public Policy Polling. The four percent drop came over the course of the past month. According to the N&O report on the amendment, “10 percent still erroneously think it legalizes gay marriage and another 27 percent are unsure what it would do.”

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0 thoughts on “New poll shows constitutional amendment support slipping

  1. Dionysis

    Pro-Amendment One supporters can take heart, however, in that Newt Gingrich, national role model for the sanctity of male/female marriages, is joining the chorus of voices telling North Carolinians to ‘vote yes’.

    So there.

  2. D. Dial

    Newt oughta know what marriage is about. So for sure we should all listen.

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