TPM LiveWire (Talking Points Memo)
March 30, 2012
As North Carolina prepares to vote on a constitutional amendment that would ban both marriage and civil unions for same sex couples, a new survey released by Public Policy Polling (D) might represent a discouraging development for opponents of the measure. The poll shows that 58 percent of likely primary voters in the state intend to support the amendment, while only 38 percent intend to vote against. But the poll also indicated that opponents to the amendment might be suffering from an under-informed electorate.