At the Los Angeles Times, found via Scatterplot.
What is interesting is the higher rates of acceptance among the 35-44 age group than the 18-34 age group, as well as women's overall less acceptance.
But particularly telling was the final question, where respondents agreed with the statement by a much larger margin than any support for gay marriage. I wonder if this may be due to the stereotype of homosexual couples as "unstable" or "unfaithful"? Or is it because the given statement does not mention marriage at all, only commitment?
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