New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie spoke with Tracy Smith on CBS's Sunday Morning and answered questions regarding his stance on same-sex marriage.
CBS News writes of the Q&A session:
Right now, Christie's fighting for re-election in November. He's ahead of Democrat Barbara Buono by more than 30 points, and has a 66-percent approval rating -- even though polls find most New Jerseyans disapprove of Christie's handling of some key issues, like same-sex marriage.
"You do not believe in same-sex marriage?" Smith asked.
"I do not," Christie said. "But what I will tell you is that I understand that good people of good will have a difference of opinion on this. And so my view on it is, put it on the ballot. Let the people decide."
On Friday, a judge ruled that New Jersey must allow same-sex marriage. Christie vowed to appeal.
What's your take on his response? For video of Christie's CBS interview, head here.
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