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Originally posted to Daily Kos Radio on Tue Jan 15, 2013 at 05:55 AM PST.

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  •  good morning (2+ / 0-)
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    Mary Mike, enemy of the people

    Politico has a good round-up of gun polling:

    Fresh polling on guns—

    Pew: 55% favor a ban on assault-style weapons (69% of Democrats and 44% of Republicans)… By a two-to-one margin (64%-32%), most favor putting armed security guards and police in more schools. But when it comes to more teachers and school officials having guns, most are opposed (40% favor vs. 57% oppose).

    ABC/Washington Post: 52% say the Newtown shootings made them more supportive of gun control…58% support renewing the assault-weapons ban. Cohen: Gary Langer:

    Gallup: 38% of Americans are dissatisfied with the nation's gun laws and want them strengthened. This is up from 25% who held this set of views a year ago, and is the highest since 2001. Still, more Americans are either satisfied with current gun laws, 43%, or think they should be loosened, 5%.

    Portland Press Herald of Maine: 55% have a gun on their property…79% of Mainers support some restrictions on owning guns, and 61% support banning high-capacity ammunition clips that can hold more than 10 bullets. 51% support banning semi-automatic guns. Poll: Notably, independent Sen. Angus King expressed coolness yesterday to an assault weapons ban: “The biggest issue to me is the size of the magazines,” he said on CBS. “That’s sort of the common thread that connects a lot of these massacres.”

    Fairleigh Dickinson University of New Jersey: 61% support reducing violence in movies and video games. 45% are in favor of placing armed guards in public places. Chris Christie yesterday: "The problem of violence is not just about guns…It's not gun control, it's violence control…We need to have a more effective way to deal with the mentally ill." Story: Poll:

    NEW YORK'S STATE SENATE passed a comprehensive gun package last night. The legislation, which will be the first state-level gun law to pass since the Newtown shooting, includes measures that ban the online sale of assault weapons, limit magazines and clips and require stolen guns to be reported within 24 hours. The state's legislation now must be passed by the full legislature, which is expected to happen today.

    and also , as usual for Politico, teh stoopid:

    REALITY CHECK: Just 4% of Americans identify guns as the nation’s top problem, per Gallup:

    Yeah, and so what?

    "Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it everywhere, diagnosing it incorrectly and applying the wrong remedies." - Groucho Marx

    by Greg Dworkin on Tue Jan 15, 2013 at 04:34:04 AM PST

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