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18 November 2006 @ 02:55 pm
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I have looked at the poll results and was actually suprised by the general thought of the group. I guess I assumed there would, among other things, be a little more diversity in the results. It appears I was wrong. I have posted the results as of now, but I still would like those who have not voted to do so.







Gay Marriage vs. Civil Unions




1. Pick teh statement that best reperesents your opinion.

2. What to you define yourself

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Adamonevos on November 19th, 2006 01:53 am (UTC)
whud ya think, that there'd be a lot more folk reading your lgbt-friendly-themed community that would think that "I do not support gay marriages because i think it is morally wrong" or that "I really coudn't care less about gay marriage?"

Sure, people have the rights to their opinions, but those are opinions I wouldn't expect so much here. But yeah, I thought there'd be more people supporting either (like I voted) and fewer supporting separate terms.

Interesting. Thanks for polling. You should create polls more often.
Andrewthegr8arp on November 19th, 2006 04:02 am (UTC)
Actually, you would be suprised how many homos don't really give a hoot about gay marriage(or any other political issue).
Adamonevos on November 19th, 2006 05:38 am (UTC)
Yeah, that was my second guess/assertion.

I suppose it's only comparable to the same amount/proportion of involvement among any other population in the US. Not too many heterosexuals are fired up about any given political issue either.
julleri on November 19th, 2006 09:42 pm (UTC)
I just tied (a) and (b) to 31% of the vote with "I support only gay marriages" and "I support only civil unions - gay marriage can be reserved for religion" with my recent vote for (a). I want no different treatment - all things being equal in the case of heterosexual marriage and civil unions - the actual concept of marriage (and terminology) need be applied to all relationships.