BREAKING: New USA Today Poll Shows Support for New Gun Bill Now at 49% – NOT 90%

April 22 2013
by GSL Staff
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If you’re tired of hearing the Obama administration parroting poll numbers that say 90% of the American people support an expanded background check bill, you’ll be glad to hear that a new USA Today poll has found that support for the passage of ANY new gun control law is between 45-49%, down significantly since the first of the year.

One has to wonder if the change in public opinion has to do with the strong efforts of the NRA and GOA to educate the American people about what the current laws actually are, what new laws would actually do, and on firearms in general.

These numbers come on the heels of a Gallup poll showing that only 4% of the population thinks gun control is actually an important issue.

Gun control advocates like to make it seem like gun owners are a vocal minority, but who is the real minority when on 4% of the population cares about the issue at all? Only when pushed do less than half of the population say they would support a bill being passed.

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