This makes sense of course, that support of gay marriage would gain numbers approving of gay marriage, because the campaign helped crystallize the salient issue at hand: taking away the rights of one group of people, thus making them second class citizens, and making it as permanent as possible in a state or federal constitution. Face it: no one in this country likes being considered a second class citizen!
Here's the article from USA Today: click here.
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