Monday, July 28, 2008

KLRVU, call the office!

There's another poll that needs a do-over:
"The legal recognition of same-sex couples continues to split views in the United States, according to a poll by the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute. 32 per cent of respondents would allow homosexual partners to legally marry, 33 per cent would permit them to form civil unions, and 29 per cent would grant them no legal recognition.

In addition, 56 per cent of respondents would oppose amending the United States Constitution to ban same-sex marriage." (emphasis mine)

Although equal marriage is still a divided issue in the US, according to Angus Reid, this new poll shows that acceptance is growing.

D'oh! Fundies, poled again!