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Published:June 2nd, 2008 17:44 EST
56 percent of Californians oppose same-sex marriage

56 percent of Californians oppose same-sex marriage

By SOP newswire

Capitol Resource Institute announced today the results of a survey that indicates that more than 56% of Californians oppose homosexual marriage.

As part of a nationwide survey in the battleground states regarding the presidential election the following question was asked: Do you agree that only marriage between one man and one woman should be legal and binding in America? California answers this question "yes" 56.20%, and "no" 43.80%.

"We are not surprised by these results," states Karen England, Capitol Resource Institute Executive Director. "The people of California understand the judges overstepped their judicial boundaries. California has granted the most sweeping `equality` laws in the nation. But the people of California have drawn the line at hijacking the term `marriage` to describe these unions."

A Field Poll released last week reported that 51% of Californians support homosexual marriage. "This accurate new poll directly asks respondents` opinion of the definition of traditional marriage. Contrary to the vague Field Poll, this polling accurately reflects the true sentiment of the electorate," stated England.

The survey was completed by ccAdvertising of Herndon, Virginia in one 24-hour period ending at 7:00 p.m on May 30, 2008, with 528 California respondents (out of 7,613 respondents to the Traditional Marriage Question in the multi-state survey), and was statistically balanced by population density within each battleground state surveyed. The national survey results will be released on Wednesday.

Artificial intelligence call (AIC) or automated surveys like this one have proven to be more accurate than those using a live caller as noted in a Daily Kos post last week. "The reality is that Robo-pollsters like Survey USA and Rasmussen have had the best track record the past few election cycles." (Daily Kos May 28, 2008.)

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