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Swing States and Gun Control

Posted 4 years ago by

Swing States and Gun Control

Recent polls have shown the following states as too close to call. Their electoral votes will be highly sought after by all candidates making a run for the White House this November. Gun control was back in the news last week after the tragedy in Colorado. We took a closer look at our live results map and where iSideWith users in these battleground states stand on the question: Do you support increased gun control?

Wisconsin
44%: Yes
44%: No
7%: No, only for individuals with mental health issues and convicted felons
3%: No, only for assault weapons
2%: No, and the federal government should pass national "stand your ground" laws

Michigan
47%: No
40%: Yes
8%: No, only for individuals with mental health issues and convicted felons
3%: No, only for assault weapons
2%: No, and the federal government should pass national "stand your ground" laws

Virginia
45%: No
39%: Yes
10%: No, only for individuals with mental health issues and convicted felons
4%: No, only for assault weapons
2%: No, and the federal government should pass national "stand your ground" laws

Florida
50%: No
36%: Yes
8%: No, only for individuals with mental health issues and convicted felons
3%: No, only for assault weapons
2%: No, and the federal government should pass national "stand your ground" laws
1%: No, only for assault weapons

Iowa
48%: No
39%: Yes
8%: No, only for individuals with mental health issues and convicted felons
3%: No, only for assault weapons
2%: No, and the federal government should pass national "stand your ground" laws

North Carolina
48%: No
38%: Yes
9%: No, only for individuals with mental health issues and convicted felons
3%: No, only for assault weapons
2%: No, and the federal government should pass national "stand your ground" laws

Colorado
50%: No
39%: Yes
7%: No, only for individuals with mental health issues and convicted felons
2%: No, and the federal government should pass national "stand your ground" laws

Iowa
48%: No
39%: Yes
8%: No, only for individuals with mental health issues and convicted felons
2%: No, only for assault weapons
2%: No, and the federal government should pass national "stand your ground" laws

Nevada
54%: No
31%: Yes
9%: No, only for individuals with mental health issues and convicted felons
4%: No, only for assault weapons
2%: No, and the federal government should pass national "stand your ground" laws