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Published on May 17, 2012
Via Politico: "President Barack Obama's endorsement last week of gay marriage appears to have boosted black North Carolinians' support for the issue, according to a poll released Thursday. A Public Policy Polling survey found that 27 percent of black voters believe same-sex marriage should be legal, up from 20 percent in a poll conducted on May 6, three days before Obama announced his support. And 59 percent say they are opposed to gay marriage, down from 63 percent in the previous poll, which was taken before the North Carolina primary...".* Ana Kasaprian and Cenk Uygur break it down on The Young Turks.