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AP-GfK Poll Shows Gay Marriage Debate Far From Over, Nets Widely Ignore

A new AP-GfK Poll released Saturday indicates the gay marriage debate is far from over. The survey conducted from July 9-13 shows support for gay marriage in America has slipped to 42 percent, with 40 percent opposing, and 18 percent taking no position on the controversial issue. Along these lines, only 39 percent of those polled supported the recent Supreme Court ruling.
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