This article reports on a poll that shows public support for same-sex “marriage” (SS”M”) in the wake of the Supreme Court’s Obergefell decision on June 26th dropping from 60% to 51%. It’s a small consolation, but we’ll take consolation wherever the Lord gives it to us.
When the Supreme Court rules, Americans normally respond by increasing support for the decision. But a new Reuters/Ipsos poll shows gay marriage advocates have not sealed the deal with the American people. The poll received attention under the heading: “Over 60 percent of Republicans oppose court on gay marriage”. I was struck because the story […]
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