Most Say Stricter Gun Laws Won’t Help

Rasmussen has a poll out, and it turns out that only 29% think stricter gun control would have prevented shootings like the one in Arizona, plus:

Despite Saturday’s tragedy, opposition to gun control is at a new high. Thirty-six percent (36%) say the United States needs stricter gun control laws, but 56% don’t share that belief and oppose stronger anti-gun laws. Previously, opposition to more gun control has ranged from a high of 51% in July of last year to a low of 37% in April 2007 following the killings at Virginia Tech.

We win. They lose.

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