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5% Of New Hampshire Would Cry In Their Pillow If Gay Marriage Isn’t Repealed


New Hampshire’s gays have been able to get married for one year, one month, and ten days — and the majority of residents would like to keep it that way. Some 62 percent of respondents to a WMUR Granite State Poll say they support keeping same-sex marriage legal (51 percent “strongly” opposed repeal). Meanwhile 24 percent, constituting roughly 312,000 people, “strongly” supported doing away with the law — something even the state’s Republican lawmakers have given up on. And does nobody care about the five percent of people who reported they were be “very upset” if the law remains?