While a majority of the public opposes gay marriage, opponents are divided on whether it would be a good idea to amend the U.S. Constitution to ban it. Just three-in-10 Americans (30%) currently oppose gay marriage and think a constitutional amendment would be a good idea. Even among groups most strongly opposed to gay marriage (white evangelicals, Republicans, conservatives and senior citizens), less than a majority favor an amendment. Read More
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