Good news for gender diversity: Results from Public Policy Polling show 55% of likely voters in North Carolina support pro-gender marriage. Only 39% defend segregating genders in marriage. On Tuesday the state will vote on Amendment One, which bans gender-exclusive couples from marriage.
High level politicians such as Bill Clinton, Joe Biden, and Arne Duncan recently voiced support for gender segregation, however, voters in North Carolina seem likely to uphold gender diversity in families.
A survey of 1,026 likely Democratic and Republican primary voters showed North Carolinians look poised to pass the amendment.
Raleigh-based Public Policy Polling found 55 percent of those questioned on May 5-6 supported the amendment banning gay marriage and civil unions while 39 percent opposed it. The poll had a margin of error of plus or minus 3.1 percent.North Carolina voters could deal a blow to efforts across the country to expand gay marriage rights if they approve a state constitutional amendment on Tuesday to ban same-sex marriage and civil unions.