Asked in downtown Mountain View. Photos and interviews by Emily Efland.
"I don't care about the political stance of chain restaurants and how that has anything to do with the service they provide in the community."
Bruce Zahire, San Francisco
"I'm personally against Chick-Fil-A coming here. We have a strong LGBT community here, and there are some public officials in other cities who have been very strong in speaking out against Chick-Fil-A, and I personally don't support them coming here."
Sergio Lopez, Almaden
"I like the Chick-Fil-A food. The way they're associating with gay marriages should not be a factor in their business model."
Tony Lam, San Jose
"I think everybody has a right to say what he wants to say and take action without any legal conflict. However, the rest of (the) people against it have the right to do so (too). I'm in a neutral position."
Debra Shen, Palo Alto
"I wouldn't eat there, I don't eat there even when I go to the East Coast. If I'm already not giving them my money, then I'm already speaking with my wallet, and I think that's what most people are looking to do."
Jeremiah Njoroge, Santa Clara
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