Sorry, guys, but Americans still haven't bought marriage redefiniton- and certainly not the exaltation of "gay rights' over the First Amendment

The only time polls on Obergefell and the public position on marriage redefinition get much publicity get much attention in the media is when they purport to show that Americans strongly approve of it. The trouble is, lots of polls reach the opposite conclusion. It depends in large measure, of course, on how the question is worded and who is asked.

This AP poll, for example, shows that Americans do, indeed favor marriage redefinition- by two percentage points. And it also shows that where religious liberties conflict with gay rights, Americans believe by a margin of 17 points that religious liberties should prevail.

It's conclusions are ideologically incorrect, so probably won't hear about this poll too often in the objective, unbiased mainstream media.

HT: Drudge