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Poll: Public Attitudes on Gay Marriage

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Poll: Public Attitudes on Gay Marriage

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Poll: Public Attitudes on Gay Marriage

Poll: Public Attitudes on Gay Marriage

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NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Adam Clymer, political director for the National Annenberg Election Survey, about public attitudes toward gay marriage which says that Americans are opposed to gay marriage, yet hesitant about amending the constitution. These numbers are not noticeably different than the set of polls they did in December 2003 and in May 2004.