Poll: Blacks Only Racial Group in Which Most Oppose Gay Marriage
Washington Post-ABC survey finds more than half of African Americans against
News flash, Black people still don't feel comfortable with gay marriage.
That's according to a poll put out by The Washington Post and ABC that asked different demographics their stances on gay marriage.
Out of all of the members of different racial groups who responded, Blacks were the only ones to respond with a majority saying they were against gay nuptials.
A little more than half -- 51 percent -- of Blacks surveyed said they didn't support same-sex marriage, compared to Whites (47 percent), Hispanics (45 percent) and non-whites in general (45 percent). Blacks' opposition to gay marriage came in 4 points higher than opposition to gay marriage in the nation overall (47 percent).
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