A Gallup Poll with new information about attitudes toward gun policy and gun ownership is out, you may be interested, it affects you! You can read it here:
It's these types of surveys that politicians and policy makers use against us to block changing policy or law, it's these types of surveys that the antis use to link guns to violent "tendencies" to scare us and more. With these findings (in our favor), they can only ask themselves the question: why?
I'm wondering the same thing, what is the perception out there, among women especially, about why guns are more accepted. Is it because of the Heller and other pro 2a court cases that have upheld our RKBA (right to keep and bear arms), is it because our views are becoming more liberal as the article suggests? The third posit in the article has me puzzled though, could our laxly attitudes simply be because our legislators "appear" not to be less interested in more gun-control laws? Just wondering, you can email me or your state SAS coordinator and let us know, we are interested in your opinion.