Argument: Civil unions are a more politically feasible goal than gay marriage
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Argument's parent debate(s)
Supporting evidence, quotes, analysis
- 2004 ABC News-Washington Post polls indicated that more people in America oppose gay marriage than support it.
- 2005 USAToday/CNN/Gallup Poll showed support at 39%.
- This greater American support for civil unions has caused many - even gay-marriage advocates - to argue that homosexuals should just take what they can get with civil unions.