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Mon, Sep. 02 2013 12:55 PM EDT

3 Reasons Polls May Be Overstating Support for Same-Sex Marriage

By Napp Nazworth
Polls may be showing greater support for same-sex marriage than actually exists. Due to question wording, priming (the question that comes before the same-sex marriage question), and a social desirability effect (people will not tell a pollster how they really feel if they think their response is unpopular), support for same-sex marriage could actually be lower than what many recent polls indicate, according to political scientist Michael J. New and sociologist Mark Regnerus. (A link to this page will be included in your message. )

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