By Reema Khrais
Next month, North Carolinians will vote on an amendment that would add the state’s existing gay marriage ban to the constitution. Two recent polls came out with contradictory results on how people feel about the amendment. Elon University says that 60 percent of people oppose the amendment, while Public Policy Polling, a democratic firm, says almost 60 percent vote in favor of it. But PPP goes on to say that people don’t actually understand the amendment…and if they did, it could fail. Here to explain the poll results is the firm’s Assistant Director Dustin Ingalls.