Poll: 58 Percent of Moderates Say US Has Enough Gun Laws
A May 15 poll by "the centrist think tank Third Way" shows that 58 percent of moderates "say existing gun laws are sufficient to keep their communities safe."
This is a "poll of moderates... inherently skewed toward Democrats."
Poll results were published in The Wall Street Journal, which reported that even in a field skewed toward Democrats, only 53 percent of moderates believed "there should be more government regulation of gun purchases." That number jumped to 78 percent when liberals were asked.
On May 1, Breitbart News reported that independents overwhelmingly chose the GOP over Democrats when it came to the issue of guns by a margin of 49 to 29 percent.
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