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Huh. Apparently, when you poll a group of today's conservatives--at the conservatives prestigious confab, no less--they don't really have a problem with same-sex marriage. Or, at least, they don't think about it very much. In this poll, it doesn't even rate anybody's first choice. CPAC may be confusing to liberals, but I suspect it is even more so to conservatives.
The Meaningless CPAC Poll That Says Arguing Over Gay Marriage Is Meaningless
At CPAC, the annual conference for right-leaning types who want to mingle with Rachel Maddow, attendees were asked a whole slew of questions in a straw (read: non-scientific) poll that will, for the next 48 hours of the blog news cycle, act as the arbiter of what conservative Americans are thinking about this very second. How seriously should we take the poll's results? Not very: Ron Paul(!) scored the most votes for the Republican presidential nomination, ahead of the much-more-likely-in-real-life Mitt Romney. But hey, they asked folks about gay marriage, so let's see what CPACkers said. . .
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