Alabama vote ban interracial marriage
9 Feb South Carolina was the second-to-last state to get rid of its interracial marriage ban in , with 38 percent voting against doing so.
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Interracial marriage in the United States - RationalWiki
In November , Alabama became the last state to overturn a law banning interracial marriage. revealed—40 percent of Alabamans voted to keep the ban —apparently many Alabamans.
The Alabama Interracial Marriage Amendment, also known as Amendment 2, was on the ballot in Alabama on November 7, It proposed to repeal Article 1V, Section of the Alabama Constitution which prohibits interracial marriages.
Description:And thus, nor is it the only time the Wallace comparisons have been drawn. Gallup polling in showed 27 percent of people opposed marriage between blacks and whites. In , it was at 29 percent -- far less then 40 percent, yes, but still a significant chunk of Americans. Alabama wasn't without some company, either. But again, Alabama was last. Alabama's gay marriage ban was also one of the most strongly supported in the country.