Following the Senate’s rejection of gun legislation last month, the public continues to overwhelmingly favor making private gun sales and sales at gun shows subject to background checks.
Nearly three-quarters of Americans (73%) say that if the Senate bill is reintroduced, Congress should pass it.
However, even gun control advocates are pessimistic that new gun policy legislation will be enacted this year. Overall, 56% of the public – including 53% of those who favor controlling gun ownership – say it is unlikely that Congress will pass significant new gun control laws this year.
Read the national survey by the Pew Research Center
Original content +Bob DeMarco , All American Investor