I’m a big fan of polls being open right when they open in a state. It’s a great way to gauge how people are feeling and what’s going on in the world.
Of course, I do this too. I get all of my state polling done right around the time the polls open in my state.
The two polls I’m most excited about this year are the one on the topic of gay marriage and the one on the topic of gun violence. We’re already starting to see some results, but I’m still waiting for the raw numbers to come out. I’ll be honest, I’m not so much interested in the raw numbers as I am in hearing about the emotions that people are feeling right now.
Well, its not just the raw numbers that matter. What matters most is the emotions that you might have for your state. For example, the number of poll results showing that the majority of the state supports same sex marriage. That number is going to determine how the next election plays out. That is the most important number in the whole world.
The state of Indiana is really interesting. It is a relatively small state and has a strong base of support for same sex marriage, but it also has a strong base of support for abortion. I could go on.
There’s also a lot of misinformation out there. For example, the majority of Indiana’s population is white. So it’s very likely that the majority of the state supports same sex marriage. The same goes for abortion, so it’s also very likely that the majority of the state supports abortion. That said, I’m not convinced that the number of people who support same sex marriage and support abortion is the same.
That said, it’s also pretty clear that the state does have a majority of people who support same sex marriage and support abortion. They just don’t have that group of people voting for either of these things. So it’s possible one side has a strong base of support, while the other doesn’t have a strong base of support.
I disagree with that conclusion. I think its more likely that the state is a very wide spread state. That means there is a good chance that a number of different groups support both marriage and abortion. These groups may not be the same groups that support or oppose same sex marriage, marriage, or abortion. So it should be no surprise that some of the groups that are not supporting any of these issues are also very supportive of abortion.
This may be true for some of the state’s groups. That doesn’t mean that there aren’t groups who support both. I’m not sure how to define the differences between those groups, but I think it’s fair to say that it includes a wide range of religious and moral groups.
What I mean is, the groups who support abortion also support same sex marriage. That doesnt mean that there arent groups who support same sex marriage, but that doesnt mean that there arent groups who support abortion. What I mean is, the groups who support abortion also support marriage. That doesnt mean that there arent groups who support marriage, but that doesnt mean that there arent groups who support abortion.