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Pretty big change in polling from Gallup:

Americans’ Dissatisfaction With Gun Laws Spikes to 38%

Close to four in 10 say gun laws should be stricter, up from 25% in 2012

It’s not the ‘groundswell’ that the anti-gunners and the press (but I repeat myself) were saying happened but it is significant.

5 Responses to “Spikes”

  1. JD Says:

    Not a lot and you have to expect some spike but <15% is not bad at all. . . and it will probably drop back down as they find other things like their new tax rate to keep them interested.

    Now we need to pound on this so folks in DC can not ignore the fact that they have no ground swell of support for gun laws to push with. . . if they see their jobs on the line they won't vote for more gun control.

  2. Divemedic Says:

    Spin. What this REALLY means is that 62% of Americans are not in favor of more gun laws.

  3. Ron W Says:

    I’m dissatisfied with gun laws since ALL Federal gun laws are UNLAWFUL except those which apply to “such part of the militia which may be called into service and EMPLOYED” (Article I, Section 8.16)

  4. countertop Says:

    Well, everyone ALWAYS thinks laws should be more strict.

    Especially in the abstract, when no specific choices are offered.

    But offer them specific choices that don’t just take away rights from criminals and other people BUT ALSO TAKE AWAY THEIR RIGHTS and well, the numbers quickly look different.

  5. chiefjaybob Says:

    BS poll. First question should be, “Do you know what the existing gun laws are?” A “no” answer should disqualify the respondent.