THE CLINICAL ADVISOR • FEBRUARY 2016

The Post-ABC poll also finds that 58% of adults say stricter gun control laws could have prevented the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, but there is no rise in support for banning assault weapons compared with two years ago and the partisan divide on this policy is as stark as ever. On the issue of whether allowing teachers to carry guns could have deterred the rampage, a proposal that Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said is an option for schools, 42% said they agreed.

Source : http://www.latimes.com/politics/la-lb-767-40958-la-na-pol-trump-midterm-voters-20180216-htmlstory.html

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