Breakdown of poll findings on marriage amendment

  • Article by: Staff
  • Updated: October 28, 2012 - 5:36 AM

The Star Tribune Minnesota Poll surveyed 800 likely Minnesota voters Oct. 23-25. Respondents were reached on both landlines and cell phones. The poll has a margin of sampling error of 3.5 percentage points, plus or minus.

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bizsmithOct. 28, 12 6:30 AM

The non votes will kill it. This amendment has to pass by majority not plurality. (50% + 1 vote)

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munsterlandrOct. 28, 12 8:43 AM

Another over sampling of Democrats, and this time Democrats in Hennepin County. Not worth reading. The Vote Yes will win 60 to 40.

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indie71Oct. 28, 12 8:43 AM

"surveyed 800 likely Minnesota voters" - We can see the percentage breakdown within each region. Can we have the number of respondents within each region? After the 800 figure in the caption, how about a (###/###/###) type breakdown?

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fackerOct. 28, 12 9:53 AM

The nature of man is to seek woman for woman, the nature of woman is to seek man for child. Thus, procreation is the bond that links the nature of man with the nature of woman by creation in Union with God. However, a requirement for man to seek man is to refuse the very nature of man, similarly for woman. In-so-doing, man and woman first reject God. Based on the polls above, that seems to be exactly the case! Your eternity awaits you, chose wisely!

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dtmonkeyboyOct. 28, 1210:14 AM

So it is true....Republicans are lying when they say they want less government in people's lives.

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dtmonkeyboyOct. 28, 1210:17 AM

Faker...so let us deny older barren women from marrying. It is clear the Bible forbids it....Luckily I am a Christian, a believer in Jesus as the reliever of the new covenant...thus I reject your old testament theology. I choose Jesus and I will VOTE NO!

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bluebird227Oct. 28, 1210:57 AM

I'm surprised that my age group (35-49) has the highest percentage of yes voters. Can someone explain that to me??

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takebackusaOct. 28, 1211:03 AM

Disappointed in the 35-49 age range. When the Old and Young seem to get it, and the group who should be in tune with things don't; it makes me wonder what went wrong in the 80s and 90s in this state!

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bluebird227Oct. 28, 1211:27 AM

I guess the 35-49 age group lack the idealism of youth and the wisdom of age.

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fackerOct. 28, 1211:52 AM

dtmonkeyboy. You seem to separate Jesus from God, which is not possible. The old and new testament can't be separated either. The old is in the new foretold. Since you are a beliver in Jesus lets use His exact words when asked about marriage: “Have you not read that He who made them at the beginning made them male and female. For this reason a man shall leave his father and mother and be joined to his wife, and the two shall become one flesh. So then, they are no longer two but one flesh. Therefore what God has joined together, let not man separate.” He who made them at the beginning “made them male and female”: In quoting Genesis 1:27, Jesus indicated first that God has made men and women different, and that God is the one who joins men and women together, in marriage. In this, Jesus asserts God’s authority over marriage; it is God’s institution, not man’s – so it is fair to say that His rules apply.

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