Poll: Half of Voters Distrust Government on Gun Control After Orlando Terror Attack
An NBC News/WSJ polled conducted after the Orlando terror attack shows half of voters distrust the government on gun control.
The start date for conducting the poll – June 19 – was one week after the attack that killed 49 people at the Pulse Orlando nightclub.
According to NBC News, 50 percent of voters believe the government “will go too far in restricting gun rights” while 47 percent believe the government “will not do enough.”
And despite the relentless Democrat push to ban “assault weapons” in the wake Orlando, 49 percent of voters said such a ban is “NOT worth it because it will not stop the attackers from getting the weapons they need.” A smaller group of voters – 45 percent – believe the ban is “worthwhile.” – READ MORE