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Majority of Likely Voters Say Tougher Laws Won’t Stop Mass Killers

Molly B.

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If the Rasmussen poll is correct, Biden and Congressional Democrats are all wrong on their timing, and may never get it right.

The survey found that 64 percent of likely voters don’t think it likely that mass shootings can be prevented. Fewer than one in four (23%) think mass shootings can be prevented and 13 percent are not sure.

Almost immediately, the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms reacted to the Rasmussen results.

Damage to the Democrat claim of public support for their gun control agenda goes deeper.



“We’re not surprised that a majority of likely voters have this one figured out better than Biden,” CCRKBA Chairman Alan Gottlieb said. “After Georgia and Colorado, fewer than one in four (23%) believe mass shootings can be completely prevented, and those voters must live in the same fantasy land as the president and his Congressional comrades.”

Damage to the Democrat claim of public support for their gun control agenda goes deeper.


While 46 percent of survey respondents think the country needs stricter gun control laws, 49 percent disagree, giving the pro-rights side more momentum.

The Rasmussen survey revealed, “On the specific question of whether stricter gun control laws would help prevent mass shootings, a majority (51%) of voters say no, while 39% say yes, and 10% are not sure.”

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