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27% of Gay Voters
Sided With McCain

27% of Gay Voters
Sided With McCain

The Election Day exit poll conducted for the major television networks shows that 27% of gay voters supported Sen. John McCain in his losing bid for the White House. According to the Log Cabin Republicans, this is the largest show of support ever for a Republican nominee.

The Election Day exit poll conducted for the major television networks shows that 27% of gay voters supported Sen. John McCain in his losing bid for the White House. According to the Log Cabin Republicans, this is the largest show of support ever for a Republican nominee. In 2004, 23% of gay voters went for President Bush.

According to the poll, conducted every presidential election by Edison Media Research and Mitofsky International, 4% of this year's electorate self-identified as gay, lesbian, or bisexual, the same percentage as in 2004. President-elect Barack Obama won the support of 70% of them, down from the 77% garnered by Sen. John Kerry four years ago, while 3% opted for a third-party candidate or did not give an answer when asked whom they voted for. (The Advocate)

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