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New Poll: Support Continues to Slip for NC’s Amendment One

Post submitted by Dan Rafter, Former HRC Associate Director of Communications

A new Public Policy Polling survey reveals that support for Amendment One is losing more public support. The new poll also found that the number of those opposing the discriminatory proposal is increasing, two weeks out from the May 8 vote, reports the News Observer.

The proposed constitutional amendment would not only bar committed and loving same-sex couples from marrying, it could also deny civil unions and domesic partnerships for any couple gay or straight and could strip away protections that already exist in the nine North Carolina municipalities currently providing DP benefits.

The new numbers come as efforts to protect North Carolina families and defeat Amendment One gain steam. Earlier this week, the Protect All NC Families coalition released two new ads:

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