Poll: Americans Feel Safer With Gun in Their HomePosted: March 29, 2014
According to the poll, when asked, “Do you think you would feel more safe or less safe with a gun in your house?”, respondents said “more safe” by a margin of 42 to 20 percent.
Broken down by gender, 51 percent of males said “more safe” versus 15 percent who said less safe; 33 percent of females said “more safe” versus 25 percent who said “less safe.”
When responses were viewed according to the age of the respondents, the differences were not that great. But when viewed along party lines the differences were pronounced.
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