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Minneapolis—Saint Paul. Earlier polls in February and May found opinion divided within the margin of error, but with a consistent trend of increasing support and decreasing opposition compared to prior years.
August 12, Its against God's will. Many states now no longer require people to state their sex on a marriage license. This finding confirms that civil unions are significantly more palatable than gay marriage for younger as well as older Americans.
From February to Aprilthe House of Representatives conducted an online survey to provide a simple means for the public to voice their views on same-sex marriage and the two bills in the Parliament which sought to legalise it, the Marriage Equality Amendment Bill and the Marriage Amendment Bill Go ahead.
Support for same-sex marriage also has remained steady among whites, blacks and Hispanics over the past two years. However, on the question of a constitutional amendment, more were opposed than for it. It could be several years, though, before the courts issue a judgment, said Makiko Terahara, the lead lawyer on the case and a director of Marriage for All Japan, a nonprofit organization.
You know, like that miniature, fine print on the bottom of your documents. United Kingdom British Antarctic Territory. Report Post. And the conservative politicians who run the country and extol its sometimes inflexible culture refuse to touch the issue.
In many ways, there has been dramatic change. But here's the kicker: I don't think gay marriage is a bad thing either.
Despite the road ahead, we are seeing a real movement toward the social legitimization of homosexuality. CBS News. District of Columbia. Canada was the fourth nation worldwide to legalize same-sex marriage.