Michael Bloomberg hardest hit.
Via Daily Caller:
After the tragic shooting in Colorado that killed at least 12 people and injured at least 58 more last Thursday, 41 percent of Americans said stricter gun control laws would have no impact on violent crime.
The national survey of 1,000 adults, conducted by Rasmussen July 20-21, has a margin of error of three percentage points. Thirty-four percent said stricter gun control laws would decrease violent crime and 19 percent believe violent crime would increase.
The survey also found 51 percent of Americans believe the U.S. does not need stricter gun control laws.
Does the United States need stricter gun control laws?
- Yes 41% (38%)
- No 51% (54%)
Will stricter gun control laws increase violent crime, decrease violent crime or have no impact on violent crime?
- Increase 19% (18%)
- Decrease 34% (32%)
- No impact 41% (46%)