A new USA Today poll showed that:
"Americans opposed recognizing same-sex marriage by more than 2 to 1. . . . The divide on the issue is wider among those who feel strongly about their position. By more than 3 to 1, strong opponents outweighed strong supporters."
Sixty-five per cent said homosexual marriages "should not be valid," while only 31% said they should be. A clear majority of Americans, 52%, said they felt "strongly" about their opposition to homosexual marriages, while only 17% said the felt "strongly" that such marriages should be deemed valid.
Not trying to restart a conversation we have had several times. Just thought it was worth posting.