The poll, commissioned by WRAL News and conducted by SurveyUSA, found that 58 percent of 1,001 likely voters support Amendment One, while 36 percent oppose it and 6 percent said they were undecided.
Voters will decide on the measure during North Carolina’s May 8 presidential primary. If approved, the amendment would bar North Carolina from recognizing the relationships of gay and lesbian couples with marriage, civil unions and possibly domestic partnerships.
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