The question is flawed. It starts with the premise that guns are not limited too much already. Were I a lawyer in court, I'd object, saying that the question assumes facts not in evidence.
A better question would be, "What should the government do change the existing limits on firearms?" One of the choices could then be, "Remove existing restrictions in federal law and return the matter to the States." Instead, I must choose, like a large plurality already has chosen, "Nothing."
This is a perfect example of a push poll. It's goal is not to find out how the People want to limit firearms. It is to convince them that the decision to limit firearms has already been made and that they need to accept that decision. They are only being consulted on how to implement that decision.
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