Matthew Yglesias Scott Rasmussen’s Conservative-Friendly Question-Wording
Now...Newsweek does the same thing in favor of the Obama administration/liberals about like Rasmussen does for the right. Gallup is also unreliable but plays it both ways. Which is a good sales technique. That way Conservative media (Fox), and Mainstream media are more likely to buy the rights to show the polls that have info thier viewers would like to be correct.
Even Fox News polls are way more reliable than Rassmussen. Try Quinnipiac and PEW Research.
Just my oppinion, not trying to be annoying. I follow realclearpolitics obsessively.
Each one of the founding fathers was a special interest group.
You argue that its wrong to provide a source which disagrees with you????/LMAO
OK ! So in the future we`ll check with the opposition, as to which sources are acceptable.
Women (Nasty or otherwise) are going to be the reason that Donald Trump is NEVER President!
"PRINCETON, NJ -- Americans' views on same-sex marriage have essentially stayed the same in the past year, with a majority of 57% opposed to granting such marriages legal status and 40% in favor of doing so. Though support for legal same-sex marriage is significantly higher now than when Gallup first asked about it in 1996, in recent years support has appeared to stall, peaking at 46% in 2007."
While in the short term support for gay marriage may decline, Gallup polls indicate that over the long term, support for gay marriage will likely surpass those who oppose it (note the 18-29 bracket):
"Younger Americans have typically been much more supportive of same-sex marriage than older Americans, and that is the case in the current poll. A majority of 18- to 29-year-olds think gay or lesbian couples should be allowed to legally marry, while support reaches only as high as 40% among the three older age groups."
If this trend continues, we may likely see gay marriage take hold in more states as the difference gets smaller and smaller.
Source: Majority of Americans Continue to Oppose Gay Marriage
First what Right is that?
Second which Civil Right is being violated?
The answer is none....fact that you and many others in this crowd continue to misuse Rights in catchy lines like that is abhorrent. It tells me some of you have no case whatsoever and do not know what your talking about at all.
Last edited by Triad; 05-28-09 at 05:09 PM.
I have often said that the government has no right trying to define relationships and should not. As someone suggested CA may decide to remove the definition of marriage and let churches decide what is considered marriage, the state would only issue a "union" permit. I think this is what the entire country should do. Leave it to the people to determin there own definition of marrige and who they chose to marry.
Furthermore, Nate Silver, who has proven himself to be one of the best pollsters and analysts has shown that gay marriage bans are becoming harder and harder to pass which suggests you are again wrong. And he bases his analysis on Gallup polls, which you yourself have declared useless when they showed Obama leading McCain.
FiveThirtyEight: Politics Done Right: Will Iowans Uphold Gay Marriage?
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