by Bob Geary
Public Policy Polling says Amendment One will pass easily — UNLESS voters get it that the amendment would ban not only same-sex marriage in North Carolina but also any other form of legal recognition, i.e., a civil unions statute, for same-sex couples.
Right now, the voters don't get it. And they're not hearing it, or hearing it clearly, from the anti-Amendment One campaign. In my humble ....
Here's what Tom Jensen of PPP says:
When voters are informed that the amendment bans both gay marriage and civil unions their tune changes quite a bit. Only 41% of voters say they'll support it knowing that, while 42% are opposed. So despite the large current lead for the amendment, there is some hope for those trying to defeat it. It's just going to take a lot of education and effort over the final six weeks to make sure voters really understand exactly what they're voting on.
Click on the link above to read the rest of Jensen's analysis.