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Poll: Georgia Voters Disapprove of New Gun Law

Posted on the 23 May 2014 by Mikeb302000
PBS reports
A new poll shows Georgia voters disapprove of the state’s new gun law, despite being more likely to own guns or believing gun  by Freeven pro"> by Freeven pro"> by Freeven pro"> by Freeven pro">ownershipPoll: Georgia Voters Disapprove of New Gun Law helps protect people. Fifty-nine percent of respondents gave HB 60, or the Safe Carry Protection Act, a thumbs down, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution poll conducted by SRBI of New York. The bill will allow licensed gun owners to carry firearms in many churches, bars, and government buildings. It will also allow military men and women age 18 and older permission to obtain a license to carry a firearm. Under current law, applicants must be at least 21  by Freeven pro"> by Freeven pro"> by Freeven pro"> by Freeven pro">years oldPoll: Georgia Voters Disapprove of New Gun Law to be granted a gun permit. Fifty-seven percent of Georgia voters said they believe owning a gun helps protect people from crime. A majority of the people polled — 55 percent — say they or someone they live with owns a gun. Only 35 percent said gun ownership puts people’s safety at risk. The law goes into effect  by Freeven pro"> by Freeven pro"> by Freeven pro"> by Freeven pro">JulyPoll: Georgia Voters Disapprove of New Gun Law 1. The  by Freeven pro"> by Freeven pro"> by Freeven pro"> by Freeven pro">pollPoll: Georgia Voters Disapprove of New Gun Law surveyed 1,012 adults statewide between May 5 and May 8.

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