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Most New Yorkers Disappointed by Marriage Vote


Forty percent of voting New Yorkers said their senator's decision on the failed gay marriage bill would be the deciding factor in choosing which candidate to back in the 2010 state senate election, according to a poll released Tuesday.

Forty-seven percent of voters in a Siena College poll (PDF) said they were disappointed that the senate rejected the bill, compared to 41% who said they were pleased. Liberals, younger voters, Democrats, and Jewish voters were the most disappointed among those polled.

In August half of voters participating said the senate should pass the bill.

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