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Marriage and U.S. Constitutional Amendments

This poll is to gauge views and support of alternative constitutional amendments.

Is marriage a…

41% (29) Right
14% (10) Privilege
24% (17) Neither
14% (10) Both
5% (4) I choose not to answer

70 voters have answered this question.

Would you support a constitutional amendment defining marriage as only consisting of two unmarried, unrelated adult people of sound mind?

41% (28) Yes
42% (29) No
14% (10) I don’t know
1% (1) I choose not to answer

68 voters have answered this question.

Is limiting the pursuit of life long happiness between two unmarried, unrelated adult people of sound mind consistent with the sprit of the U.S. Constitution?

33% (22) Yes
55% (36) No
4% (3) I don’t know
6% (4) I choose not to answer

65 voters have answered this question.

Would you support a constitutional amendment requiring all references to the word “marriage” within all levels of government to be replaced with the word “civil union”?

24% (16) Yes
61% (40) No
9% (6) I don’t know
4% (3) I choose not to answer

65 voters have answered this question.

In an effort to separate church and state, would you support a constitutional amendment prohibiting laws related to rights and responsibilities based on marriage?

25% (17) Yes
59% (39) No
10% (7) I don’t know
4% (3) I choose not to answer

66 voters have answered this question.

Would you support a constitutional amendment limiting marriage to two people of opposite sex?

40% (27) Yes
54% (36) No
3% (2) I don’t know
1% (1) I choose not to answer

66 voters have answered this question.

Is a constitutional amendment defining marriage in the United States as consisting only of the union of one man and one woman discriminatory?

55% (36) Yes
43% (28) No
0% (0) I don’t know
1% (1) I choose not to answer

65 voters have answered this question.

Is marriage a special right afforded to two people of the opposite sex?

45% (29) Yes
48% (31) No
4% (3) I don’t know
1% (1) I choose not to answer

64 voters have answered this question.

Would you consider civil unions and marriage equal?

29% (19) Yes
57% (37) No
6% (4) I don’t know
6% (4) I choose not to answer

64 voters have answered this question.

Would you say that allowing heterosexual people to marry life long partners of their own choosing while denying the same of homosexual people treating both parties equal?

38% (19) Yes
62% (31) No
0% (0) I don’t know
0% (0) I choose not to answer

50 voters have answered this question.

This poll was created on 2004-03-24 19:56:16 by Poll Master Person
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