Timothy A. Clary – AFP via Getty ImagesFirearms are displayed for sale at Coliseum Gun Traders Ltd. in Uniondale, New York, on Sept. 25. (Timothy A. Clary – AFP via Getty Images)
By Kipp Jones
Published November 16, 2020 at 2:50pm
Support for enacting stricter gun control laws has dropped to its lowest level in four years, according to a new survey.
“In the absence of a high-profile mass shooting in the U.S. in 2020 and amid the coronavirus pandemic, civil unrest related to racial justice issues and the contentious presidential election campaign, Americans are less likely than they have been since 2016 to call for increased gun control,” the pollster reported.
Gallup reported that 57 percent of Americans answered that gun control laws should be “more