By TOM DROEGE World Staff Writer

Poll results show most Tulsans surveyed want a Bible-based exhibit at the Tulsa Zoo.

A controversial Bible-based exhibit considered earlier this year for the Tulsa Zoo has the support of most Tulsans surveyed in the latest Oklahoma Poll.

Under heavy criticism from opponents, a city board reversed itself and rejected the offered display earlier this year.

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