Poll: Did You Change Your Profile Picture In Support Of Same-Sex Marriage?

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Did You Change Your Profile Picture Red To Support Same-Sex Marriage? Photo Credit: The Human Rights Campaign

WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- A picture of a red equal sign created by the Human Rights Campaign went viral on social media sites, including in Westchester County, according to PBS Newshour.


Did You Change Your Profile Picture In Support Of Gay Marriage?

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Did You Change Your Profile Picture In Support Of Gay Marriage?

  • Yes Because I Support Same-Sex Marriage

  • No I Don't Think Facebook Is The Place For Politics

  • Yes But I Already Changed It Back

  • I Haven't Seen This Picture Before

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The symbol has been shared more than 100,000 times since its original post on Facebook, according to the report.

The U.S Supreme Court heard arguments March 26 on the constitutionality of Proposition 8, a 2008 ballot proposal that banned same-sex marriage in California. On March 27, the court considered the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). The law, enacted in 1996, denies same-sex couples benefits from the federal government, including those legally married in their home states.

Did you change your profile picture to the Human Rights Commission picture? Vote in our poll.

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Ridiculously designed poll even for an informal internet one. There is a "Yes because I support gay marriage" but no "No because I do not support gay marriage". Also the responses are not mutually exclusive; many people who support gay marriage (1st option) could have changed it back (3rd option). This poll violates pretty much every rule of market research 101.


I find it interesting that there is no ability to vote " no I didn;t change my pic because i don't believe in same sex marriage". Another biased railroad job of a "poll"