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CPAC Poll: Gay Marriage Lowest Priority

Fighting gay marriage tied for last in a poll of CPAC attendees' priorities. And you can thank the kids for that. Via the conservative blog Hot Air:
Only 16 percent had abortion, gay marriage, or “promoting traditional values” as either of their top two priorities? Granted, students comprised 48 percent of the sample — how else could Paul have won? — but that might be less significant as evidence that the poll’s an outlier than as evidence that it may not be such an outlier a few years from now. (More than half the votes cast in the poll were by those 25 years old or younger.)
Between this poll result and GOProud/Ryan Sorba dustup, CPAC certainly was fascinating this year. I wish I could see Maggie's face when they hand her this poll.

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