Once upon a time, I took an on-air political poll. When I relay the outcomes, I always am sure to include the term "non-scientific" because I do not focus on any particular age, income, gender or political demographics. All who call, e-mail and facebook are entered. Then I found out a political consultant spent over $100K only to come to the same conclusions I did on air on that particular subject.
I start with that comment to submit these findings from the week:
From Monday through Tuesday's show 60% of the audience was against same sex marriage with 40% supporting it.
Thursday found 60% in support of a "Death with Dignity Act" type law in Idaho with 40% against it.
Religion and/or faith was a factor in both issues as was the comment "it's a personal choice". I find these opposite results interesting.