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Guess who doesn’t want to be the only one on the block who is legally in possession of a firearm?
According to the lengthy survey of law enforcement professionals, one of the largest ever of street cops, 85 percent believe that President Obama’s gun control plan to ban assault weapons, limit the size of ammo magazines and expand background checks won’t improve their safety, with just over 10 percent believing it will have a “positive effect.”
The poll from PoliceOne.com, a site dedicated to police policy and news, also found surprising support for arming citizens. The poll found that 86 percent of officers believe that casualties would be decreased if armed citizens were present at the onset of a shooting. Another 81 percent backed arming teachers, as the National Rifle Association has called for.
Case in point, yesterday fourteen people were stabbed in a gun free zone.
If one were armed with a gun, the number of people cut would be much lower.
The left will ignore this poll and do their best to hide it from the public, despite their effort to influence public opinion through the use of polls that support their position.
CNN is already hard a work doing that:
If 90 Percent of Americans Support New Background Checks, How Can Congress Do Nothing?
Guns Under Fire: A CNN Special Report on Background Checks Highlights include Dana Bash’s Exclusive Interview with Gabby Giffords and Mark Kelly
According to the latest polls, 9 out of 10 Americans support tougher background checks, so how is it that Congress can do nothing? CNN takes an in-depth look at the national conversation and the debate over new background checks with Guns Under Fire: A CNN Special Report on Background Checks. The special reports will begin on Tuesday, April 9 with Anderson Cooper 360º live from Washington and will continue across network platforms and programs on Wednesday, April 10.
CNN chief congressional correspondent Dana Bash sat down with former congresswoman Gabby Giffords and her husband Mark Kelly for an exclusive television interview, the first from inside their home in Tucson, Arizona. Bash will take viewers behind the scenes for a look at what Giffords’ life is like now, her road to recovery and the couple’s work on their newly formed gun-control organization. The interview will air on Tuesday, April 9 during Anderson Cooper 360º at 8 p.m. ET. In addition, Piers Morgan and Wolf Blitzer will focus on the impact background checks could play in reducing gun violence in their respective programs.
On Wednesday, CNN will unveil special reports to provide viewers with a comprehensive look at gun violence and the proposed legislation, including:
· National political correspondent Jim Acosta caught up with Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-LA) to see how the politics of guns plays in her home state of Louisiana. Landrieu is undecided on background checks and faces a tough reelection battle in her state.
· Chief political analyst Gloria Borger will provide analysis of politics and polling data of background checks.
· Anchor Candy Crowley will write an essay for CNN.com: Are we moving toward federal gun registry?
· Anchor Chris Cuomo will walk viewers through the purchase of a gun and how pending legislation could change the purchase process.
· Correspondent Tom Foreman will breakdown the impact money plays in the issue of gun violence from the National Rifle Association to financing by New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
· Crime and Justice correspondent Joe Johns will analyze the proposed legislation and whether it would have prevented tragedies in Newtown, Tucson, Aurora and Virginia Tech.
· Chief national correspondent John King will use the magic wall to illustrate how regional constituency could impact passage of background checks.
· Anchor and chief Washington correspondent Jake Tapper reports on why enforcing the existing gun laws is easier said than done: http://on.cnn.com/10FNZ1h
· CNN’s Nick Valencia will profile Los Angeles police officers, school principals and mental health experts tasked to keep tabs on teens who have proposed threats of shooting rampages.
· Chief White House correspondent Jessica Yellin will focus on the political capital of the Obama administration and if the president is able to move background check legislation through congress.
· CNNPolitics.com will feature these reports and more, including an explainer and timeline on background checks and the legislation being drafted in congress.
An exclusive bipartisan CNN/ ORC International poll on background checks, federal gun registry and other key issues will be released Wednesday.
The good news is, it’s CNN, so not very many people will see it.
And those that do will already be in the gun grabber’s camp.
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