New Poll Shows Support for Expanded Gambling

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Updated: 12/27/2011 11:48 pm
     Supporters of expanded gambling in Kentucky are pointing to a new poll that seems to back their position.  A poll of 612 Kentucky voters, from a Washington DC based polling firm, shows that 87% of the people surveyed want to be able to vote on a constitutional amendment to allow casino gambling.
     And the poll says if that vote took place, 64%  would vote yes.  But, the Family Foundation, which opposes expanded gambling says the gambling industry paid for the poll and got the results it wanted.
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