One in four Americans less likely to vote for Obama over same-sex marriage stance
Washington, May 15 (ANI): Almost one in four Americans are less likely to vote for President Barack Obama in the upcoming presidential election following his support for same-sex marriage, according to poll.
According to CBS News/New York Times poll, almost 25 percent Americans have said that Obama's support for same-sex marriage made them less likely to vote for him.
However, only 16 percent said that they would support Obama for his same-sex marriage. Fifty-eight percent said that Obama's announcement would not affect their voting.
Almost 43 percent Republicans, 12 percent Democrats and 22 percent Independents said that Obama's same-sex marriage stance made them less likely to vote for Obama.
However, 23 percent Americans, including 11 percent Democrats and 20 percent Independents said that presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney's opposition to same-sex marriage made them more likely to vote for him. (ANI)
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