Polling on armed guns in School

Public Policy Polling is a Democratic polling firm.  Given the political importance of this debate, it would be interesting to see if some other national polls have been done.
A Quinnipiac University poll found that Old Dominion voters favor putting an armed police officer at every school, 66 percent to 29 percent.That figure is at odds with national sentiment: Most Americans oppose that idea, which was put forth by the National Rifle Association in the wake of the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., last month. According to a Public Policy Polling survey released Wednesday, 50 percent of American voters don’t want armed guards in schools, while 41 percent do. . . .

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Blogger Chas said...

It's a no-brainer after Newtown. Armed guards or dead kids. Unfortunately, there are Democrats who are proud of the "gun-free school zones" policy that they put in place to generate the massacres that they need to drive their gun ban agenda, and they mean to keep it in place. Their political agenda needs dead kids to advance, and they mean to have them.
Sorry kids, the Democratic Party needs you dead.
The numbers are small and easily rationalized, compared to the mass murders that the Reds did in China, Cambodia, and the USSR. Amoral as they are, they see nothing wrong in using a few dozen dead kids to disarm and take over America. The horrific wrongness of it is truly staggering, but the mass murders of Americans that will likely follow will be vastly worse.

1/13/2013 11:09 AM  

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