Poll: Majority of College Presidents Oppose Concealed Carry On or Off Campus
A new study by Ball State University shows that "95 percent of...college executives surveyed opposed" concealed handguns on campus and "65 percent" opposed them off campus as well.
"79 percent of those surveyed did not own a firearm."
Published on Cleveland.com the survey claimed, "98 percent of the presidents thought students and faculty felt safe on their campuses" and "92 percent said most faculty and students would feel unsafe if faculty, students, and visitors carried concealed handguns."
Cleveland.com listed a number of criminal uses of guns on campus in recent years even though campus gun free zones now exist in many states.
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