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Most Voters Don't Want Their Next President To Oppose Gay Marriage

As Americans wait for the Supreme Court to rule on the constitutionality of gay marriage, a new survey finds that politicians who oppose marriage equality are increasingly out of step with the voters. In a poll conducted by the Democratic research firm GQRR, 55 percent of likely 2016 voters, including a majority of political independents, said they'd be less inclined to cast a vote for a presidential candidate who opposed same-sex marriage.
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