A majority of North Carolina residents oppose a proposed amendment to the North Carolina state constitution that would ban gay marriage, Raleigh-based WRAL reported.
According to an Elon University Poll released Friday, 56 percent of residents oppose the amendment lawmakers earlier this month okayed for ratification by voters in May.
Thirty-nine percent of respondents say they support the measure, a drop of 4 percentage points since March, 2009.
The survey of 594 people conducted between September 25 – 29 has a margin of error of plus or minus 4.02 percentage points.
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