|2008-JUL: A detailed Washington Post-ABC News poll was conducted between
2008-JUL-10 to 13 among 1,119 adults. The margin of error is ±3 percentage
points. It is particularly interesting because the pollsters reported results
as a function of religious and political party affiliation. 6
Support for allowing gays and lesbians to serve openly was:
|2008-DEC-4: Princeton Survey Research Associates asked: "Do you
think there should or should NOT be ... gays and lesbians serving openly
in the military. Results were 66% in favor, 29% against. The
margin of error is ±3.7 percentage points. 7
|2008-DEC-21: A CNN/Opinion Research Corp.
poll was held between DEC-19 and 21. Results were:
The question asked was: "Do you think people who are openly gay or homosexual should or should not be allowed to serve in the U.S. military?" We have never seen a poll on a question related to sex or morality in which the percentage of adults stating no opinion was so small.
The margin of error was ±3 percentage points. 8
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Copyright © 2000 to 2010 by Ontario Consultants on Religious
Originally written: 2000-MAR-16
Latest update: 2010-DEC-30
Author: B.A. Robinson
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