The UNH Converse Neon Orange Survey Center interviewed 516 randomly selected New Hampshire adults from July 18 29 by landline and cellphone. The poll has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 4.3 percentage points. Senate rejection of the bill to expand background checks. Just 4 percent were enthusiastic about the decision, and 24 percent were satisfied. Seventy percent said they were dissatisfied or angry about the vote.
HALF SAID THEY SHOULD BE. 14% THOUGHT THEY SHOULD BE LESS STRICT. 37% THOUGHT HE SHOULD BE THE SAME. REPUBLICANS ARE YOU LIKELY TO SAY THEY ARE THE SAME. IT IS IMPORTANT TO POINT OUT NEW HAMPSHIRE IS IDENTICAL TO NATIONAL OPINIONS ON THIS ISSUE. GRANITE STATERS ARE ALSO IN STEP WITH THE NATION ABOUT THE REJECTION OF THE BILL TO EXPAND BACKGROUND CHECKS. FOUR PERCENT SAID THEY WERE ENTHUSIASTIC. 20 FOUR PERCENT SATISFIED. 70% LISTED THEMSELVES AS DECIDE IS SAD OR ANGRY. Converse Rubber Shoes For Men
The poll also found that 44 percent of Granite State homes have a gun, a number that hasn't changed much in 10 years.
The WMUR Granite State Poll shows that 46 percent of those surveyed believe gun laws should be stricter, while 14 percent said they should be less strict. Another 37 percent thought they should remain about the same.
THE SENATOR AND OTHER PASSENGERS WERE PUT ON ANOTHER FLIGHT TO VERMONT. OUR POLL NUMBERS TONIGHT FOCUSED ON GUNS. 44% HAVE A GUN. MOST DO NOT. THOSE NUMBERS HAVE NOT CHANGED IN Converse Fashion Girl
But with all that dissatisfaction and lots of media attention at the time, relatively few could say how New Hampshire's senators voted on the issue. Sen. Sen.
10 YEARS BUT WHEN ASKED ABOUT EFFORTS TO INCREASE GUN CONTROL, THERE WERE SOME INTERESTING RESULTS. JENNIFER CROMPTON JOINS US WITH A BREAKDOWN. AS YOU MIGHT RECALL, IT WAS CONTROVERSIAL WHEN THE SENATE REJECTED A BILL EXPANDING THOSE BACKGROUND CHECKS FOR PEOPLE TRYING TO PURCHASE GUNS ONLINE OR AT GUN SHOWS. THIS LATEST POLL FINDS HOW NEW HAMPSHIRE PEOPLE FEEL ABOUT THE VOTE IN A HAS SOME INTERESTING FEEDBACK ON POLITICAL IMPLICATIONS. WHEN PEOPLE WERE ASKED WHETHER GUN CONTROL LAWS SHOULD BE MORE STRICT, ABOUT Converse Orange Shoes
"Republicans are more likely to say they should be the same as they are now, and Democrats are more likely to say they should be more strict," said pollster Andy Smith of the University of New Hampshire Survey Center, which conducted the poll. "And it's important to point out that New Hampshire is largely identical to national opinions on this, as well."
Granite Staters unhappy with failure of gun background check bill
"So, despite all the media attention, despite all of the outside advertisements, this is really not cracked through to the voters in the state," Smith said.
AND YET WITH AS DISSATISFIED OR ANGRY. AND YET SURPRISINGLY FEW COULD SAY HOW NEW HAMPSHIRE SENATORS VOTED ON THE ISSUE. OF ALL OF THOSE POLLED, 30% NEW KELLY AYOTTE VOTED AGAINST BACKGROUND CHECKS. EVEN FEWER NEW JEANNE SHAHEEN HAD VOTED FOR THEM. DESPITE ALL OF THE MEDIA ATTENTION AND ALL OF THE OUTSIDE ADVERTISEMENTS, IT DID NOT GET THROUGH TO THE VOTERS. AS TO WHETHER OR NOT HOW A SENATOR VOTED WOULD AFFECT THEIR REELECTION, THERE WAS SOMETHING OF A PREDICTABLE SPLIT.
As to whether how a senator voted might affect their re election chances, there was a partisan split. Among independents, 53 percent said it would have little impact on their vote.
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