Poll: No shift in opinion on gun control, post-Aurora shooting
WASHINGTON (MCT) — A new national poll finds that public opinion on gun control remains unchanged since the July 20 massacre that killed a dozen people and wounded 58 others at an Aurora, Colo., movie theater.
As on other political questions, the nation remains evenly divided, with 47 percent saying it’s more important to control gun ownership and 46 percent putting a higher priority on guarding the right of Americans to own them. The numbers are from a new Pew Research Center opinion survey completed over the weekend and released Monday.
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