Gallup: Americans Want Mental Health Laws, Police, Not Banning Guns

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  1. Revmitchell

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    Despite the attempts by the Left to use the massacre in Newtown, Connecticut to forward their anti-gun agenda, Americans feel that there are other avenues they would rather explore to protect to innocent children, according to a new Gallup Poll. In order of preference, the poll shows that 53% of Americans would favor an increased police presence at schools, 50% wanted to increase government spending on mental health screening and treatment, 47% thought that gun violence on TV, in movies and in video games should be decreased, and 42% thought the sale of assault and semi-automatic guns should be banned.

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  2. Melanie

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    After the Port Arthur massacre in Australia, gun laws were tightened up very much. I believe if you have had any mental illness, you cannot get a gun license, and guns must be stored in locked gun cabinets I think.
     

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