PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- Faced with a backlash against their ban on gays, the Boy Scouts of America are surveying their members on a potential change in policy.
A questionnaire distributed to 1.1 million adult Scouts uses fictional situations to discern where Scouting's membership falls on questions of homosexuality, gays camping with children and gays in church leadership. It allows adult Scouts to indicate a range of feelings, from strong support to strong opposition to the ban on gays.
Some questions are direct queries of the respondent's feelings on homosexuality and children.
"Bob is 15 years old, and the only openly gay Scout in a Boy Scout troop," the survey begins its third question.
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