Apparently, less than half of Americans support the Supreme Court’s decision on same-sex marriage, according to a recent AP poll. This is significant, because we’ve been told that the Supreme Court’s opinion comes with it a majority of Americans who believe that the federal government should be there to force all the states to comply with the Court’s redefinition of marriage. Associated Press reported:
People in the United States are evenly divided over the Supreme Court case that made same-sex marriage legal nationwide, according to an Associated Press-GfK poll.
Many think local officials with religious objections to marrying gay and lesbian couples should be exempt from issuing licenses.
Some things to know about public opinion on gay marriage and religious liberties:
Altogether, 39 percent approved of the high court’s decision and 41 percent disapproved. An additional 18 percent neither approved nor disapproved.
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