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Supporters of a constitutional amendment on marriage in North Carolina rallied last week in Raleigh, N.C.
Supporters of a constitutional amendment on marriage in North Carolina rallied last week in Raleigh, N.C. (Globe Photo / Travis Long) Globe Photo / Travis Long

One year later, nation divided on gay marriage

Split seen by region, age, Globe poll finds

By Scott S. Greenberger
Globe Staff / May 15, 2005

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Half of Americans polled say they don't want their states to recognize Massachusetts gay marriages, reflecting a continuing uneasiness or outright opposition to same-sex marriage that is especially strong in the South and in states that backed George W. Bush in 2004, according to a nationwide survey conducted for the Globe. (Full article: 1156 words)

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