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New Virginia poll: Gay marriage not key for most voters
Washington Times • Jun 8, 2012
Forty-nine percent of Virginia voters opposed same-sex marriage compared with 42 percent who supported it, results from the Quinnipiac University survey showed. Just a quarter of voters, however, said the issue is "extremely" or "very" important in deciding how they will vote in the November presidential election.
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