Texans equally divided on letting concealed handguns be carried on college campuses

Given the political biases of the UT and the Texas Tribune, these results are actually pretty positive.  From the Texas Tribune (a UT/TT poll):
Allowing faculty, staff and students to carry concealed handguns on college campuses is supported by 46 percent of Texas voters and opposed by 48 percent. . . .

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Blogger Martin G. Schalz said...

Polls are artificially skewed to 'prove' the pollsters ideological ideas, and are not an actual true outcome.

If we look at the polls that are done in these times, we will always 'see' that the 'public' supports in a majority way, an opinion that goes against so called conservatives, and is in support of liberals.

Our country is an Constitutional Republic, and is so designed as to prevent 'majority rule', which is what the Democrats are trying to implement.

6/21/2013 5:26 PM  
Blogger Blaine Holzer said...

After the Virginia Tech slaughter, how could anyone in their right mind want to have their campus a "gun free zone" in which an "active shooter" would have no obstacle (aside from the odd stapler) to killing everyone in sight? In TEXAS? Kalifornians are certifiable - we all know that, but I thought Texans had more sense.

Molon Labe!

6/21/2013 7:45 PM  

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