Georgians split on same-sex marriage

A new poll states that citizens in Georgians are split on the U.S. Supreme Court ruling ruling legalizing gay marriage in the United States.
According to Fox 5, which conducted the survey, they asked subjects, “What is your opinion of the Supreme Court’s decision to legalize same-sex marriage in the United States?”
The Insider Advantage poll showed that 45 percent of Georgians surveyed strongly oppose the ruling, while another 8 percent somewhat disapproving of the ruling.
The poll also shows 35 percent strongly approve of the ruling, and another 9 percent somewhat approve.
Three percent of the people surveyed had no opinion.
The automated telephone survey of 592 Georgia voters has a 4  margin of error.

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