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    Poll: Should congress approve Obama's gun control agenda?

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    WTNH has on on the right side of their homepage as well.

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    Looks like WTNH took the poll down. Probably getting the same results as the courant so they replaced it with a Lance Armstrong poll. Absolutely dishonest but about what I would expect.
    Courant results a/o 12 noon.

    Should Congress approve President Obama's gun control proposals?

    Yes. They are common-sense measures that work toward keeping guns out of the wrong hands, and don't impinge on the Second Amendment. (119 responses)
    12%

    No. We don't need more gun laws. (831 responses)
    85%

    Partly. Congress should approve universal background checks and a ban on high-capacity magazines. The assault rifle proposal is more symbolic than substantive. (32 responses)
    3%

    982 total responses
    (Results not scientific)

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    1067 votes now, and still: 12% yes, 85% no, 3% partly

    and shame on WTNH for taking the poll down. I agree with desmo, I'm sure they removed the poll simply because they did not agree with the results they were getting
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    As of 6pm-----

    13.9

    82.9

    3.2

    Total = 1362

    I too would agree with the assumption that News8 took down their poll for political reasons.

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    Should Congress approve President Obama's gun control proposals?

    • Yes. They are common-sense measures that work toward keeping guns out of the wrong hands, and don't impinge on the Second Amendment. (191 responses)
      14%

    • No. We don't need more gun laws. (1143 responses)
      83%

    • Partly. Congress should approve universal background checks and a ban on high-capacity magazines. The assault rifle proposal is more symbolic than substantive. (46 responses)
      3%

    1380 total responses
    (Results not scientific)

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