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More Americans Dissatisfied With Gun Control Laws Being Too Strict



These new numbers come after a series of studies were released last year, including a study from Harvard University, showing gun control laws not only fail to reduce crime but in many parts of the country, help embolden criminals while punishing law abiding citizens.

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According to new polling by Gallup, people are more dissatisfied with current gun laws than they’ve ever been before. The most recent spike in dissatisfaction comes from people who want more Second Amendment freedoms, not more strict gun control laws.

Americans’ dissatisfaction with U.S. gun laws and policies has increased to 55%, nearly matching the high of 57% in 2001. Forty percent are satisfied, down from the historical average of 47% since Gallup began asking this question in this way in 2001.

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