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News :: Gender
Poll on homosexual marriages shows skewed results.
17 Dec 2003
A "Pro-Family" institute is creating an enourmously biased poll of support for gay marriages they will mail to Congress.
A poll now shows that there is an overwhelming majority- 82% at the time of this publication- that are opposed to homosexual marriages. There has been a call among activists to follow this link and show how the people truly feel about homosexual marriage.

I implore you to please fill out this poll and pass the link along to all your friends.

Shifting the statistics in favour of homosexual marriages will strike a blow to this institute and to the marriage amendment being pushed in Washington.

The link is posted below:
http://www.afa.net/petitions/marriagepoll.asp

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Re: Poll on homosexual marriages shows skewed results.
17 Dec 2003
If you cut and paste the link into your browser, afa won't know that you found out about the poll here and won't be able to ignore it.
Re: Poll on homosexual marriages shows skewed results.
18 Dec 2003
The AFA has already been caught altering the vote count in their poll to reduce the number of votes in favor of gay marriage.

Even neglecting the general uselessness of Internet polls caused by the lack of a properly randomized sample, the manipulation of the data renders the poll completely worthless.

You can find out more at http://web.morons.org