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nnnnn last month's landmark supreme court ruling recognizing same sex marriage spurred celebrations in the streets around the country but not everyone was happy numerous abcess poll released thursday found that nearly two thirds of republicans oppose the nationwide really produce a lot of wise says this could be an opportunity for farther right candidates , social issues scott walker ted cruz mike huckabee , what may happen is that they may really shine among caucus voters and will tend to be a little bit older and more dedicated to socially conservative causes on the other hand fifty two percent of americans now support gay marriage which could pose a challenge for social conservatives in the general where we may see them succeed in caucus , they may ultimately end up hurting a little bit more when they come for the national election other leading republican candidates like former governor jeb bush and senator marco rubio have voiced their support for traditional marriage but shied away from strong criticism of the supreme court's decision