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New polling finds a "broadly based trend" away from the proposal.
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The nation is divided over whether stricter laws would pass -- or stop mass shootings.
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Despite the latest shooting, the political calculus for gun control remains grim.
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The Johns Hopkins poll was conducted Jan. 2-16 using the online GfK KnowledgePanel to survey 1,326 adults, including 524
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For the first time in more than 20 years, Americans say it's more important to protect the right to own guns than it is to control gun ownership, according to a Pew Research poll released Wednesday that finds "a substantial shift in attitudes since shortly after the Newtown school shootings."
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While 46 percent prioritize gun control, 52 percent of Americans are more concerned about the right to own guns, the first
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"Moms will no longer tolerate America's culture of gun violence. We demand to be safe in the places we go with our children
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Someone connected with the "let the blind carry" video may have recognized the true unpopularity of its argument. The video
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Sixty-four percent of gun owners said they prefer that businesses allow guns, but 63 percent of those who live in a household
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A poll taken eight days after the mass shooting at the Navy Yard in Washington shows that a majority of Americans think expanding
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The Pew survey found a close divide between the 50 percent who said it's more important to "control gun ownership" and the
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Nearly three in 10 voters say that Americans may have to take up arms to defend their rights, according to a poll from Fairleigh
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Support for stricter gun laws is at a sky-high 81 percent among Democrats, but only 37 percent among independents and 23
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The issue remains highly partisan, with about three-quarters of Republicans leaning toward gun rights, and an equal percentage
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Background checks on all gun buyers are supported by 92 percent of voters, including 91 percent of gun-owning households
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A proposal to place armed guards in schools, which has been backed by the NRA, was favored by 72 percent with 28 percent
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"The only way we can change is if the American people demand it," Obama said. "We are going to need voices in those areas