Don’t Pay Attention to the Polls on Guns, Especially in the Wake of a Shooting

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In the days after the shooting in Las Vegas, several polling companies have taken polls and found that many Americans favor more gun laws.

A Quinnipiac poll found that 60% of Americans favor stricter laws on guns, which seemed to be supported in an NPR/Ipsos poll that found that 80% of Americans favored ridiculously draconian new gun laws. (Like federal tracking of gun sales, and banning of “assault weapons.”)


However, these polls come just ONE MONTH after a Wall Street Journal/NBC poll that found one of the greatest fears of American voters was that the government would overreach on gun control.

A poll released on Thursday found Americans rate gun policy as a top issue in elections and fear the potential for the government to overreach with new gun-control measures.

The Wall Street Journal/NBC News survey of 1,200 adults conducted between August 5

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