Politics & Government

June 17, 2008

Gay marriage likely not the presidential issue it once was

California's legalization of gay marriage may energize social conservatives to vote for John McCain over Barack Obama in the fall. But 2008 is not 2004, when the Pew Research Center found that 56 percent opposed gay marriage. Now the number is 49 percent. Only 28 percent think it's 'very important.'

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