Rasmussen survey finds drop in support for gun control

From Rasmussen:

Americans are evenly divided on whether the United States needs tougher gun control laws, but most still agree that existing laws need to be more strictly enforced. 
Forty-six percent (46%) of U.S. Adults believe the United States needs stricter gun control laws, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey. But just as many (46%) say the country does not need stricter gun laws. (To see survey question wording, click here.) . . .

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Blogger L R said...

I just don't trust Rasmussen. Same as I don't trust Public Policy Polling.

8/09/2013 1:41 AM  
Blogger Unknown said...

According to the newly discovered gun control playbook they will now call it 'gun safety' instead of gun control because it will look bad if you aren't for 'gun safety', they also suggest calling for 'stronger laws' rather than stricter laws and suggest the use of provocative terms such as 'shoot first' laws or 'right to kill' laws rather than stand your ground.

When they need to resort to tactics like these, you know you are on the right side of the argument!

8/09/2013 7:48 PM  
Blogger Will "take no prisoners" Hart said...

What are your thoughts on mace?

8/10/2013 12:35 AM  
Blogger John Lott said...

Mace is of limited usefulness. If it is windy or raining, it won't be of much use. It won't instantly disable.

8/11/2013 2:26 AM  

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