Three key points are notable from a new nationwide gun control survey.
First, the number of people who believe that controlling gun ownership is more important than protecting the right of Americans to own guns has changed since the Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy, driven by the event itself, the massive amount of media attention and the attention given to it by politicians — but not by a great degree.
Second, gender is the key driver in gun control politics.
Third, the political party breakdown reports some surprising numbers.
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