Such high polling numbers illustrate that a majority of Americans see through media depictions of NRA.
By week's end, the Maine Senate is hoping to vote on Legislative Document 351, an anti-gun bill allowing cities to stop gun owners from carrying a firearm during municipal public proceedings and in polling places.
A Wednesday editorial in The Washington Times took to task the widespread skepticism expressed over recent polling reports that indicate millennials’ strong support for gun rights.
A majority of Americans now oppose banning so-called “assault weapons”—a first in more than 20 years of ABC/Post polling.
With Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders receiving far superior polling numbers in the Democrat presidential race, former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley is trying to battle his way to the top with his anti-gun credentials.
Before the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Democrats warned of armed participants and mass violence. Then prior to this week’s election, liberals predicted dangerous armed citizens intimidating people at polling places. In the end, neither occurred.