anon you're falling apart>biased push poll
it's a gallup poll, pretty solidly center w/o a big bias left or right, >who are comfortable interacting with LGBTQ people
missed that key phrase in the GLAAD poll didn't ya? or was that intentional?
comfortable interacting doesn't equate to support for marriage, made pretty clear in the report that the "fact" you're citing is from (Accelerating Acceptance 2019)
"the majority of non-LGBTQ Americans (80%) support equal rights for the LGBTQ community" = a quote from that report referencing the equal rights point, your own poll makes it pretty clear that you're wrong, maybe read up a bit on it anon :)>why couldn't California, one of the most liberal and progressive states in the US, prevent Prop 8
I don't particularly care to get into this one, you're mixing and matching years to suit your narrative
in 2008 national support for gays was in the minority, makes sense an anti-lgbt bill would pass, but in 2010, 52% supported gay marriage, reflected in the repeal of the bill in 2010
and now we've got 70% in 2021, there's no need for a constitutional amendment, simple legislation would be sufficient, and that's what we've got
but anon, trust me, I know it must be hard to realize you and your backwards views are getting left behind but hey, you've got a chance to come join the wagon! the gates have opened and the gays are out!
anyways, respond or not, i don't particularly care, I'm going to bed and I'm confident you're a complete and utter moron convinced he's right, so there's no point in actually having a discussion>>20179909
https news.gallup com/poll/350486/record-high-support-same-sex-marriage.aspx
sorry, I realize not everyone's got google, so let me spoon-feed it to ya