I broke the news on Twitter a few minutes ago.
— Bruce Carroll (@GayPatriot) July 24, 2013
An overwhelming majority of North Carolina voters support amending the state constitution to define marriage as being between a man and a woman, according to poll results released this week by the Civitas Institute.
The poll of 600 registered voters from Feb. 16-19 found that 76 percent support a constitutional amendment outlawing gay marriage, while 21 percent are opposed to such an amendment.
It is too bad they didn’t poll on the question of civil unions, too.