GUN VIOLENCE WORRIES CLIMB IN WAKE OF CONNECTICUT SHOOTING

Posted at 6:58 am December 21, 2012, in Gun Control, New Jersey Politics & Issues, Rutgers-Eagleton Poll

Following the massacre at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CT, 77 percent of New Jersey adults are “very concerned” about gun violence in America, a significant increase from the 66 percent who were very concerned in a late August Rutgers-Eagleton poll of registered voters. Seventy-two percent of Garden Staters now think controlling gun ownership is more important than protecting gun owner rights, up from 65 percent in August.

 

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