Wow. First you say this:
web site(your ilk runs), in 2008, there were 5.7 million registered voters in NC. 2.6 million Democrats, 1.9 Republicans, 1.2 independent. That means approximately 45% of all registered voters in NC identify themselves as Democrat while only 33% identify as Republican. To further the numbers, including the independents, 67% do not consider themselves as Republicans. That said, this measure passed with a 61% margin. I'd say that a good throng of Democrats voted for this measure as well. But you do your usual thing and continue to paint with that broad brush. Oh, and I'd venture to guess that a good number of blacks voted for this measure as well.
Blacks voted overwhelmingly in favor of Prop 8 in 2008. 70% to be exact. Latinos voted 53% in favor of it. Minorities tend to gravitate toward urban areas so it stands to reason that measures like this will get the support of minorities. Truth be told, blacks, while very leftist/Marxist when it comes to financial issues are very conservative when it comes to social issues.
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