Video: Some Neglected Facts About Same-Sex Couples and American Opinion


Kalley Yanta of the Minnesota Marriage Minute explains some facts that you rarely see mentioned in the media:

"According to the American Community Survey by the U.S. Census Bureau there were fewer same-sex households in 2010 than were mentioned in the 2000 census. The data on whether Americans are becoming more supportive of gay marriage suggests that they are not. [...] A survey by public opinion strategies for the Alliance Defense Fund found that 62% of Americans believe that marriage should be defined only as the union of one man and one woman."